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Thread: sewing machines

  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Apr 2012
    Southern Ky

    sewing machines

    If anyone lives near Louisville Ky and interested in old machines you should check out Craigs List. They have lots of old machines including Featherweights.

  2. #2
    Super Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Louisville, KY
    I only saw "wanted" not "for sale."

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Springfield, Ky
    Well, I tried to copy a man's letter from the Bowling Green ky CL, http://bgky.craigslist.org/art/2997365828.html but the pics will not come thru. I will post his reply to me and you can email him if you are interested. [email protected] or you can email me and I will forward his email to you. The pics are very nice and the machines look really clean. Sorry I am such a dunce on the computer...............Linda

    We have three Singer Featherweights - (99K) one serial #656677 model 15 -and a couple of other machines. We have seen these offered online for as much as $350 or more but are pricing them to sell at just $130 each.

    My wife, Mary Jo, had a sister who sold Singers and I think Mary Jo learned to sew on a Featherweight. She began collecting them several years ago, but hasn't done anything with them--and is now in early stages of dementia. So we have decided to sell them.

    I've attached pictures.

    This is serial # EK018697 Model 99K. It has a table/stand as shown. Made in Scotland, 3-4-1954

    The one immediately below is a portable, Serial # EF129757 - 99K Made in Scotland in 1954. It has rounded case that locks in place. The lock does work and we have a replacement key.

    This table model is Serial # EK164676 - Model # 99K Made in Scotland 2/9/55

    The is EK164676 close up.

    Below is Serial # AK656677 - Model 628 was made in Elizabeth, NJ 11/19/1951 It is a "Touch & Sew Deluxe Zig-Zag"

    I can't find a picture, but we have a 1967-73 portable with case. Serial # 153193 Model 237. Made in Italy, I understand it was one of the last to use all metal. The case shows extensive use.

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  5. #5
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    Oct 2011
    Middle Tennessee
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    We didn't get the pictures. Would love to see them. It takes a long time for them to load.
    Donna Quilts
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