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010. 99K - Early and MODEL DESCRIPTION

F2611449, 1912, courtesy of Claire Sherwell. The 99 was first manufactured in Kilbowie in 1911, over 12 years before it was produced in America in 1923. Production, with improvements, continued until 1963. It is a three quarter sized version of the 66 and has no rear inspection plate, flat face plate. The 66 has a round rear inspection plate and shaped face plate. The early Kilbowie models have a smaller tension set up than later 99s, or other Singer models. Instruction manual : http://www.needlebar.org/main~nb/sident/index.html

99K1 - For Family Use
99K2 - For Family Use with hand attachment
99K10 - Aluminium
99K13 - Portable machine with base and cover, fitted with BT motor (knee control) and Singerlight. Small balance wheel. Net cash price was 14 16s.
99K15 - Same as 99K13, but with Speed Reducing Bracket for Embroidery Work and Darning. Net cash price the same.
99K16 - All metal (electric) portable with carrying case
99K17 - All metal (electric) portable with carrying case
99K22 - Chromium plated
99K25 - All metal (non-electric) portable with carrying case
99K28 - Electric, with back tack
99K30 -
99K31 - Electric, disk balance wheel, late style back tack

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