03/24/2018 11:51 AM
SINGER SEWING MACHINE WITH CASE
Age. More than 50 years old
Size. 8” high x 14” wide x 6 ½” deep sewing machine only
Comments. This is a vintage sewing machine which is marked on the top” The Singer Manufacturing Co. Great Britain”. It has an electric motor that which is powered by a foot pedal and even has a small electric light in the rear to help you see what you sew. The gloss black paint has minor wear and the gold graphics are in very good shape. It has chromed metal embellishments and this machine is heavy for its size. It comes in a wooden case which is fabric covering which is in sturdy shape but does have soiling/stains on the fabric as well has a loose corner which will need to be reglued to the case. We had it working and all the wiring appears to be original. It appears to be a smaller size than the usual machines you see in the standup cabinets. The case needs some work but when done you’ll have a nice size sewing machine for doing your mending or even your quilts.
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