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Anderson factory original company register A2 log of "NA" Series Register Numbers The "NA" Series Register Numbers shows that on 25 July 1951 Singer allotted a "Limited Edition" of only 10,000 Singer Model 301 sewing machines, serial numbers NA000001-NA010000, to commemorate Singer's 100th Anniversary, " to its Grand Introduction in October 1952. The date of August 12th is used in celebrating Singer's Anniversary, as marked by the issued patent of the first Singer sewing machine by Isaac Merritt Singer on August 12, 1851.

For Singer's 100th Anniversary they introduced the new Slant-needle "Singer Model 301" that would revolutionize the sewing-machine-of-tomorrow with a design to make home sewing easier and more convenient.

Photo courtesy of Bernard and his father who worked at Singer from 1948-1960.