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1888 singer sewing machine-all Original

1888 singer sewing machine-all Original appraisal

 This is a 1888 Singer sewing machine that was cast metal legs and foot peddle, the machine is black with a multi color floral pattern with singer accoss center of machine, the cast metal legs have the Singer symbol on both sides stating THE SINGER MFG.CO.NY

Cabinet made of wood includes 2 drawers-original to cabentry, also has a lift up side table above the drawers., above the machine there is a lift off box that covers the machine, with patterned wood.

This machine still is in working condition and all original. and also includes all the accessories that go with the machine.

Seriel number-7950907

 

Category: 
General Antiques and Collectibles
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
wood-cast metal
Distinguishing marks: 
Singer-floral pattern
Period: 
1888
Dimensions: 
39 1/2 by 15 by 40
Weight: 
approx- 100lbs
History: 
Was given to us by my husbands mother who bought at a sale
For Sale: 
Yes
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Nice older machine, but not much value. Singer produced 10's of millions of these treadle machines, and virtually every American home had one. They still survive in great numbers today, so values are modest for them, most sell at auction for less than $200.00.

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