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08/12/2018 01:33 PM
ANTIQUE SINGER SEW MACHINE IN OAK CABINET ( LIKE NEW)
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 30” high x 24” wide x 18” deep
Comments. This Singer sewing machine has an oak, oak – veneer as well as a hard wood case and a cast iron frame. The cabinet has solid wood appliqués, router edges and recessed panels. This style of sewing machines allows you to open the front and the treadle assembly is in the interior. There is a small side cubby which also has a small drawer for all your notions. The somewhat recent golden oak finish has minor wear, shade variations and really accentuates the woods grain. The sewing machine has very vivid as well as complete graphics which have nice bright colors. This item is in very good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, minor wood wear and light soiling. It even includes the belt which goes from the treadle assembly to the sewing machine as well as some attachments. All the hard work has been done and this one is ready to enjoy. It will make a nice item for your sewing room or to be displayed proudly in your home.
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