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    Hello Iím looking for help to identify a very old south bend lathe serial number 19654. Any information on where to look would be appreciated

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    It would probably help to first look into your camera's viewfinder. Then snap a picture... then post it. Yeah, that's where I would first look.

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    I havenít figured out how to post pictures yet. Need one of the kids to help me next time there home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Dewar View Post
    I haven’t figured out how to post pictures yet. Need one of the kids to help me next time there home.
    Give it a try; really nothing to it. You're probably smarter than the kids....or most of them anyway.

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    probably around 1921 but I can't find my notes...

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    Iím not having much luck finding information but from what Iíve found I think itís 1919 or older

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Dewar View Post
    Hello I’m looking for help to identify a very old south bend lathe serial number 19654. Any information on where to look would be appreciated
    Mr. Wells' data base. Serial left column

    http://www.wswells.com/sn/sn_db.html

    have fun

    You can be sure it was a Series O - which is what they were building in that period - about the time we (the USA) were getting into WW1

    Two of the how-to photo posting threads here in Post #3

    1928 Series O 9 Inch Up and Running

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