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Thread: and number 3 featherweight

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    and number 3 featherweight

    sorry it took so long to get them posted...
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    Carol

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    She is lovely and the box looks to be in great condition. Congratulations on number three.
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    Congrats on the 3!
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    Beautiful Machine and Case, Enjoy !!!
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    All three look very nice. Can I ask how much he paid for them? If their cheaper in NC I have a friend that lives NC that travels to MI on occaision. I'l have her start watching for me one.
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    The triplets are oh so beautiful. I have been looking for one that was made in 1954 but unfortunately have been unable to find one. I have a 1933 and a 1955.
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    All three machines look like they are in good condition
    You will have so much fun sewing on them.

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    They all look great. Congratulations.

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    where did he find them?

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    A man in Cary, NC was selling his fathers collection (who had passed) for his mom..he let me pick through all of them to pick out the one I wanted--but i got down to 2..and hubby said go ahead get you 2--the other one we had purchased a few days before--I was just very lucky...
    Carol

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