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Singer Sewing Machines
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Retired typesetter with interest in many old things, especially toy and miniature sewing machines.
9 years ago
9 years ago
I have looked for one of these for a long time for a display partner for a Buster Brown toy sewing machine. Lucky you!
Yes, I'll put up a some more from time to time. Any in particular you are interested in? We have a few that are unique, either by their condition, or the manner in which they came to us. Glad you like...
Thanks for your comment, J. C. I've seen a lot of knit, crochet, and sewing "stuff", but never another one like this. Things like this seem to call out to me. I'm not sure of the wood, but it does h...
I believe it is a set-up basket for a circular hand-crank knitting machine.
If you can find the serial number, you can find out about your machine on the Singer site: http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_numbers.html You can even download free copies of most Singer manual...
Beautiful "red eye" Singer! The cabinet is great, too. I don't know about the value, but sure is a nice piece.
I love the idea of incorporating into a knitting project...wonderful gifts for family members. I've been making 25-inch scarves with a buttonhole and adding a button out of inherited button boxes.
Lisa, I really appreciate the opportunity. We are out of room for any more full-sized machines. We have at least one in every room and some out in a building. We concentrate on the toys and miniatures...
John, lucky or smart you for still having the a toy from your childhood. I had younger siblings and nieces and nephews, so everything was shot by the time it went through all of them.
I have one just like yours. I bought it at a used furniture shop in the 70s and paid $75.
Looks like you have a collection of various Irish Mail type vehicles! Interesting. My son had a Murray that was chain driven in the 1960s. It didn't last long...poor engineering. Maybe another collect...
I think it might be one of the early Irish Mail cars. The 3-wheel and this type steering were later considered unsafe for children.
I think it is called an Irish Mail. . . powered by the lever action and steered by the "pedals".
posted 5 months ago