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Vintage 1910 era Singer treadle sewing machine with attachments, extras, original manual

This Singer sewing machine dates to the Elizabethtown, NJ manufacturing plant in 1910, according to the serial number (shown in the photos. The serial number is G6593184

5 photos do not adequately describe this machine. It is in near-mint condition - some lemon oil to the wood would bring back the luster, and 90% of the original paint is still intact, including the wrought iron base, which is still gold-leafed.

PLEASE CONVO ME FOR MORE PICTURES - I CAN'T SHOW ALL THE ACCESSORIES WITH ONLY 5.

This is known as a Tiger Oak Red-Eye, and it also contains most of the original attachments - the Needle case and the screw driver are missing. Original belt and the original manual (first 4 pages missing) are also included.

Usually these machines are rusted through the presser foot and bobbin area - this one turns smoothly and is considered to be in working condition, although it needs a new belt (available on ebay for about $4)

The dimensions of this unit are 36" Tall, 29" Wide, and 18" Deep and the weight is approximately 90 lbs.

Local pickup only - I recommend Uship.com to get a trucking company to pickup and deliver your item.

We will NOT be able to pallet this item - please make sure your shipper has moving blankets and other protective items to cushion the machine.

Please contact me if shipping/handling is an issue - I will do what I can to help, thanks!

Vintage 1910 era Singer treadle sewing machine with attachments, extras, original manual


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: wood, iron other metals
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 124 reviews
  • Favorited by: 63 people