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1911 Singer Sewing Machine

1911 Singer Sewing Machine appraisal

I have a 1911 Singer sewing machine that I have really no idea how much it's worth.  I know its from 1911 because I researched it on Singer's website.  The whole thing is cast iron and wood and is in pretty nice shape for being 101yrs old.  The wooden table has 3 drawers lining down the left and right sides. Also there is another drawer right under the table running the lenth between the vertical drawers.  All of the drawers lock because I found the key inside one of the drawers to lock it.  Also I found a little wooden fold out box full of either parts or accessories, I dont know.  The owners manual that came with it is in rough condition but it says its a Model 27-4 and the serial number reads G1150254. I'm almost 100% sure I have every part that ever came with this machine. I just need help putting a price too it.

 

Thank You

Category: 
Other
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
Cast Iron/ Wood
Distinguishing marks: 
The Singer Manufacturing Co.
Period: 
1911
Dimensions: 
With the machine tucked in and the table folded in, it's 36 1/2in long, 18in wide, and stand around 29in. With the machine up and table folded out, it's 50in long, same width, and about 39in tall.
Weight: 
Estimated to be around 110ish. Thats just a guess from me moving it.
History: 
A woman from the local gym I go to wanted to get rid of it so I told her I'd come pick it up. But it's so cool looking I was wondering if it was actually worth anything.
For Sale: 
Yes
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