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Thread: Toy Sewing Machine: Any History or Suggested Value

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    Super Member montanajan's Avatar
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    Buy it, buy it!! I'd offer 20 & go up to 25 if she wants more - sew cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MzMcKee
    I'm working a garage sale with my Mother in Law and her friend came by with this toy sewing machine. I works using two batteries or you can hand crank it. Everything seem to be there, we have the original l box, the top for the green case, all in great condition. I'm trying to get an idea of it's history and a value. Thanks Everyone!
    You can't buy them any more so I would buy it. Check up on an antique store and see what price they say it is worth. I would buy it before it goes out of your hands.

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    I showed her the ebay listing and offered her $20 for it if she was interested in selling it. She said, I'll sell it to you for $10. I feel so honored to have it. I plan to display it in my sewing room. :) Thank you all for your suggestions and advice. Mona

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