You can try visiting your nearest BERNINA store to find out if they can help, you might get lucky and find an authorized BERNINA Technician that's been around forever and knows all about the older models.Or you can look at this brief history of BERNINA sewing machines at to see if you can find a similar model to yours.White took over the Domestic and King sewing machine companies and eventually became White Consolidated Industries. There is one serious consideration as to the VS machines... The shuttle has a post in it, and the bobbin has a hollow core.They ceased manufacturing in the United States sometime after WWII, probably the late 60's or early 70's. The bobbin is loaded into the shuttle by sliding onto the post.Baker built a new machine that made successful use of it.The "White Sewing Machine", as it was first named, entered production in 1876.Many of them were based on a Singer class 15 machine, and are commonly known as "Singer Clones" - read a bit more about them here. If your sewing machine looks a lot like these machines but has an off brand name, chances are you have a generic or clone machine.The overall condition of your machine is one of the biggest factors in estimating a value.
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