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Sewing1070 of 1215Treadle sewing machine & oil lampsPIN CUSHION
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Hi, I have inherited this vintage singer sewing machine from my grandmother and I am looking to get some information of the value, history and how to find the right buyer for such items. What I have learned thus far is that it is a Model 27, made on January 27th, 1900 in New Jersey. It is one of 25,000 made at that time. I do not know how accurate this information given is so if anyone would be kind enough to help me I would really appreciate it,

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  1. Nancy Salisbury, 5 years ago
    If you got the information from the Singer site it is the correct information on your machine . The value all depends on condition of the machine and the cabinet . Also on how much someone is willing to pay . I bought a machine like this that was in much worst shape just for the refinished treadle cabinet it was in for $200.00 . I put a better collectable machine into the cabinet . Sometimes around here you can find machines like this at auctions for $25.00 or less . It just all depends . The decals on your machine appears to be in great shape which makes it worth more to a collector .
  2. secky, 4 years ago
    Hi I would like to have some close up pictures of all the decals on your machine. If you would do this please send to my email at Your machine looks great and if you don't need the money then put it on a shelf so people can see it cause it is pretty
  3. harleegirl, 1 year ago
    I have the 1887 model shown but mine is in much better condition even the cabinet and all 6 drawers. It has only been used by my grandmother and great grandmother and myself. It is what I learned to sew on. I also have the folding wooden box that had attachments in dated Feb. 19,1883. It is is in working order just needs new belt

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