This listing is for a very handsome 1921 Model #66 Singer Sewing Machine with wooden carrying case, foot pedal, box of attachments, and original instruction booklets. All this, and after 87 years it still sews!The Serial # G9018395 tells us this Model #66 machine was produced at the Elizabethport Factory in Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1921 . The auction includes the following: 1921 Singer Sewing machine with "red eye decals" Foot Pedal Motor Control Wood Carry Case in vintage condition. It has had some repairs, t is some loss of lamination, and it has scratches and marks. (Please see pictures for condition of the case.) Handle is still strong and the machine can be carried in the case. Screwdriver/Key that unlocks the case Instruction Book dated Sept. 1920 Instruction Book for Motor dated Feb, 1920 Five Bobbins Small Screwdriver One box of sewing machine attachments: a foot #28789, an adjustable hemmer, a single narrow rolled hemmer foot, a binder attachment foot, two ruffle gathering attachments, and two additional attachments we have not been able to identify. Also included is a bag of miscellaneous screws and other objects that were with the machine.
The colors on this much-loved machine are still bright and beautiful.The electric power cord has been replaced for safety. This machine was touted to be the first portable and it probably was....if you could lift 40 pounds. Notes regarding shipping: The sewing machine and all related items will be packed by UPS. They have estimated $10.00 for packing which explains the $10.00 handling fee. Insurance will be calculated according to the final sale price. (The machine will also be available for local pick-up if desired.)
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