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Thread: Bel-Air Bantam sewing machine

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    Super Member amazon's Avatar
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    Posted this in Vintage sewing machine shop too. Found it at a storage facillity recovery sale & fabric for $15.00. How did I do?
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    Cool! Very neat! I love the 'stamps'!

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    Oh wow. You did great!did you bid on the locker or did they already have the stuff on display? I alwasy wanted to know how these worked

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    Wow you are kidding right? All this for 15.00 I'll say you did Fantastic!!! :D :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    Oh wow. You did great!did you bid on the locker or did they already have the stuff on display? I alwasy wanted to know how these worked
    At this particular one, it was already out. They have a store-it yard sale about every two yrs. It was supposed to be Fr.& Sat. ,but, they had so much, that they decided to let folks look early.Yea Me! They will also put out more in the morning. I missed a treadle today :cry:will have to go straight there after I drop off kidos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkitty
    Cool! Very neat! I love the 'stamps'!
    I wondered what they were? Maybe from a panel? Wish I had more info and blocks.

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    WOW!! I would say you did GOOD!!! :D:D:D

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    wiring looks in really good shape, what year is it?

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    Wow, you did extremely GOOD!!!!!! :D
    Love looking at old machines!! And I love sewing on them.
    Have fun!

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