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    Apr

Unloved Antiques: Antique Singer Sewing Machines

[caption id="attachment_2496643" align="alignright" width="300"] A 1914 Singer Model 66 Red Eye Treadle Sewing Machine. This one is on sale online. The owner is asking for $158.[/caption] The second item in this series of “Unloved Antiques” (the first edition is about Limited Edition Collectors Plates) is the Singer treadle sewing machine, an item that we receive inquires about virtually...

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    Apr

Unloved Antiques & Collectibles: ‘Limited Edition’ Collectors Plates

[caption id="attachment_2496432" align="alignright" width="300"] A collectors plate with Norman Rockwell’s “Flirting in the Parlor” image on the front was made by the Edwin Knowles Company and issued in 1983 as part of the “Rockwell Rediscovered Women Collection.”[/caption] In the antique & collectibles trade, I often come across a number of items that are generally not in demand, are...

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