Vintage Franklin Treadle Base / Desk? Table? 1914

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 07,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

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c - Vintage FranklinTreadle Base / Desk? Table? 1914

FROM CANADA . /sears/sears.html - Manufactured in 1914. Cast iron base from an old Frankling treadle sewing machine. Made by Domestic Sewing Machine Co., Buffalo, New York. No breaks in cast iron - very sturdy. Foot peddle and treadle work smoothly. Just needs a good cleaning - a little surface rust on foot peddle. Uses are unlimited - table for two, desk, display item, plant stand, aquarium stand etc. Measures: 24" wide at top (from hole to hole), 12 1/2" depth - measure at top from hole to hole, 29 1/2" high. Please re-read entire description including shipping information, view photos carefully and e-mail with any questions that you may have prior to bidding.

Weight: 50 lbs. - Longest Meaurement - 28". Please re-read entire description including shipping information, view photos carefully and e-mail with any questions that you may have prior to bidding

Please Note: We sell antiques & collectables - all items were used by someone at one time or another - all items are - as is - as found condition - the way we found them at estate auctions in the Niagara Region in Ontario Canada - we will try as best we can to describe any defects - do not bid if you expect the item to be new or mint





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