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Caroline

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These are more of the mystery parts that were included with a 1924 Singer 15-30 Tiffany.

I know there is an attachment screw, a bobbin tire, and an aluminum (?) thread guide, but does anyone know what machines they - and the rest of the pieces - would fit on?

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1974 Singer 252 Fashion Mate;  1954 Singer 15-91;  1952 Pfaff 130-6;  1951 Singer Centennial 201-2; Bernina 230PE, and  Pfaff Serger 4874.

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Hi, Caroline!

I don't really mean to be a Debbie Downer, but if someone can figure out what machines those other screws, etc go to, I have PILES of them that need to be ID'd.  Any time I need a screw, I have to go through the pile and test many, many different ones to see if it's the right diameter, the thread count is the same, the length is right, etc, etc.  Some are probably metric and others ASC.  I'd love to see someone post an easy answer to your question so that I could ID things a lot quicker.

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Cari-in-Oly

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Don't know what they go to but the upper right is a needle clamp and the two upper left are grub screws for mounting in a cabinet or case.

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Cari I was thinking they were set screws like for a needle bar. They seemed to fine for the grub  screw.
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In the center bottom - pointy thing - the innards (slide) of a  6" sewing gauge like https://www.amazon.com/Dritz-2-PACK-Sewing-Gauge/dp/B01N0XLCSU 

At the bottom left, it looks like a bunch of metal eyelets that didn't work quite right.  The picture isn't very clear.

I agree the set screws are not for the machine to the case hinges as those usually have a cone shape end opposite the slot end.

The needle clamp isn't solid like a lot of them.  I can't find a good picture of the ones for a 319 as I think those are a little different.  I remember Miriam did a thread about 319 on the 'other board' and seems like I remember something about making sure something was properly placed inside.

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Cari-in-Oly

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Sorry Janey but I disagree. I've seen screws just like those in more than one machine.

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