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Thread: Vintage hand crank machines for sale

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    Vintage hand crank machines for sale

    There are quite a few vintage, hand crank, machines for sales on the site below, just create an account (free) and click on "Kimberly and Darrell Lynn" grouping. I don't know much about old machines, but there are foreign and domestic, don't know how the prices are. The only catch is they're only available for a few days so if you want to look or buy, you have to act fast.

    https://www.onekingslane.com/invite/angieterry

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    Interesting - some machines I had never seen before.
    Linda
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    We must be looking at different pages, I only saw books,paintings and other things, no sewing machines at all.

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    you are right- those are fascinating. If you can't find the page, scroll down until you see a window for Kimberly and Darrell.
    I bet that some of these are from the window shot- didn't we see a listing a few weeks ago for all of them bulk lot?
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    I went and looked and there are some interesting machines. I think they are way overpriced here because they are more rare. The crank machines are less expensive in the UK because they were more commonly used there. A hand crank machine is on my wish list but I will probably get a smaller treadle head in a decent case and add the handcrank myself.

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    The hand cranks sell for next to nothing on ebay UK and a few people make good money importing them to the States.

    Jon

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    I didn't see - I HATE having to sign in to see something someone wants to sell to me ...

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