Clydebank, Scotland, cast iron and wood, in good condition
Singer sewing machine from 1924 type 66 k serial number Y2216630, issued on June 21st 1924, Made in Scotland, with unusual Art Nouveau/Art deco-like print.
The machine is complete with cover and key, original Singer sewing machine oil, needles and bobbins.
Dimensions: 22 cm depth, 33 cm height and 51 cm width, weighs over 17 kilograms.
The machine includes a certificate that can bear the name of the owner.
This machine has been used very intensively and the wooden crank handle of the driving mechanism is almost completely worn due to turning (see last photo).
Otherwise in good and working condition.
The photos are part of the description.
Will be properly packed and shipped by registered and insured mail.
|Member since:||December 27, 2014|
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Really helpful seller - helped to solve the problem with delivery which appeared with the post in my country. The items I´ve bought are just very nice and match the description. Many thanks!
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|United Kingdom||$ 44.58|
|United States||$ 140.78|
|Rest of Europe||$ 53.97|
|Rest of the World||$ 140.78|
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