Just noticed these today as I was doing general browsing. Not sure how good a deal they are as I'm saving for a Bernina 830E which I hope to get in this lifetime.
There are pictures of both.
THE FIRST ONE IS AT: http://www.shopgoodwill.com/auctions...e-8048950.html
First one described as: 1954 Clean and Working Model 221 Featherweight Sewing Machine (AL728773)in Case With Manual and Box of Assorted Pressure Feet - 1261, 160359,36865,120855,35931, 121441 - #45321 on the machine
THE SECOND ONE IS AT: http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem.asp?
Second one is described as: ItemID=8020298
Offered here is a portable sewing machine with carrying case, instructions, extra needles, belt, attachment that makes button holes, point turner and button gauge, attachments and accessories. It is 15" long when folded down, 9.75" tall, 7.5" wide. It runs and sounds good. It will need a new power cord. The catalog number on the machine is 3-110. The last date in the book is 1940.
Overall condition for its age is good. It runs good. There are use marks on the machine. There is wear and tear to the case.
Their shipping info has a link to give you accurate shipping costs from whatever location ships it.