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Singer Sewing machine appraisal

Singer Sewing machine appraisal appraisal

It's a 1948 treadle Singer Sewing machine with original table. Also included is a 6 1/2" black metal box w/the singer logo in gold on the top w/various maching attachments

Category: 
General Antiques and Collectibles
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
Cast Iron/Wood
Distinguishing marks: 
Singer insignea everywhere/Serial #JC140752
Period: 
1948 (Serial # found at Singer Sewing Machine website)
Dimensions: 
16 1/2"long/ 7" wide/ 7 3/4" tall(machine) (table)(opened) 45 1/2" long/15 1/2" wide/29"tall
Weight: 
don't know
History: 
It's a 1948 treadle Singer Sewing machine with original table. Also included is a 6 1/2" black metal box w/the singer logo in gold on the top w/various maching attachments.
For Sale: 
Yes
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Singer is without a doubt the most famous of the North American sewing machine makers. Starting from a humble machine shop in the 1850's the company grew to produce over a million machines by the early 1870's. While these machines are nostalgic items, few except for the Singer "Featherweight" models sell for more than $150.00 in unrestored condition.

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