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Thread: Toy Singer

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    Toy Singer

    I past on a toy Singer machine with case today. Wondering now if I should of got it for $10.00 It was a white machine and red case. I don't need it, I have a toy Singer black one. I don't suppose they are collectibles. I was trying to be good. Anyone collect toy machines? Maybe show us some pictures

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    Oh my goodness for $10.00 I would have bought it!

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    Not sure which model you're referring to ... but if it had no dents, and could be cleaned ... sure I would have paid $10.00. I have a few toy machines but none of them are Singers.
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    I would have gotten it for $10. I have a few Singer toy machines and DD paid over $80 for one. But it is still in the original box.
    Sherri

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    It was in great condition except the power cord was missing. It did have the battery one attached. Red case, cute maybe more of a later edition.

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    You are stronger than I am, I would have bought it.

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    I would love to find a toy Singer for $10!

    Yes, toy sewing machines are collectible. Here's a link to Bonnie Hunter's blog about a quilter who owns over 1,000!

    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/search?q=Toy

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    O, I only wish.
    I have a bright blue one that my Mom gave away -or- threw away.
    Wish I had it back.
    J J (jbj137)

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    You can check out my albums , I have about 50 toy/little sewing machines. I have 3 featherweights and about 20+ OTHER SEWING MACHINES. In my collecting I have/had three Singer 66's. One was treadle converted to electric, one treadle 66 I re-homed to a quilting cousin in Rapid City and the other treadle 66 I bought a hand-crank for so I can treadle or hand-crank it.
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    I would have bought it quick!!! I only have one toy machine, and am looking for more.
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