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    auction sites

    Hi, this is my first post although I'm a long-term reader. I follow shopgoodwill.com and have noticed how expensive bids and shipping have become. I've looked a long time for an affordable featherweight but sales have in increased to around $300 for a nice one. does anyone know of other sites?

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    Wish I could help you but I think that's the going price unless you just find a deal

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    Just wanted to say Hi from Ohio!
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    Welcome from Adrian, MI ~ try local auctions or garage sales!

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    Welcome from Minnesota and happy quilting
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    welcome from se TX -- good luck in finding a featherweight!!
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    Hello and welcome from Minnesota!
    I have been watching for one, too!!!

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    I agree, $300.00-ish seems to be the going price regardless of venue.
    Postage took a big jump this year. And it takes about an hour to wrap and double box a machine so it ships safely.

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    The girls are right. $300 to $400 seems to be the going price. Honestly, I saw one sell on E-Bay 2 years ago around Valentines day for $1,200.00. I could not believe it. It was a 1966. Unbelieveable.

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    Just wanted to welcome you from the Napa Valley in California, the land of wine and song!!!
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