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VintageGalKim

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They look a lot like what I see labeled as White/Kenmore rotary, but they seem kinda big - they are just shy of an inch in diameter. Industrial? 

Thanks! 

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Those measure up to my White bobbins, almost exactly an inch in diameter (appox 23mm).
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Yep, the bobbins for my White rotary are just a hair shy of one inch.
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Thanks Jim and ttatummm! I don't have a White (and have no plans for one!) but I thought I saw these in a White cabinet in a thrift store once. 😉
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 Definitely White Rotary bobbins, they're  about the size of a US quarter. I have a 1917 White Rotary treadle.  I hope to bring it to my new house very soon, my old house is in very poor condition.
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