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Thread: Babylock Elizabeth sewing machine

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    Super Member 1screech's Avatar
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    Babylock Elizabeth sewing machine

    My friend passed away recently and I am trying to assist her husband in selling her machines, fabrics, kits, jelly rolls, etc. She has a number of machines like a lot of us. She has an Elizabeth Baby Lock and I have no idea what to price the machine. If any of you bought your machine new, what did you pay for it. I am just looking for a range that will be fair to him and the buyer.
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    I'm sorry about your friend. So cool of,you to help husband. I cannot answer your question but their are sewing machine sales websites that may help you like eBay, blogs etc. I have a BL Symphony but I bought at quilt show prices. Someone will come along, hopefully, and answer your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1screech View Post
    My friend passed away recently and I am trying to assist her husband in selling her machines, fabrics, kits, jelly rolls, etc. She has a number of machines like a lot of us. She has an Elizabeth Baby Lock and I have no idea what to price the machine. If any of you bought your machine new, what did you pay for it. I am just looking for a range that will be fair to him and the buyer.
    I want to say they run about 800 new
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    If there is a quilt guild in your area, I know ours announced that there was a sales list available at a meeting and most of the items sold to members through there. You might try that.

    Sewing Machines Plus has pricing on their site, if they are newer machines.

    Also, have a look at Kijiji, Craigs List and Ebay to get an idea of what they are going for.

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