Singer Sewing machine originally with pedal operation but converted to electric motor. Needs new motor. Wooden cabinet in dark finish gives good surface to work on and keeps machine tidy when not in use. closed cabinet size 54cms w, 43cms d, 79cms h collection only
Here i have a very old sewing machine. I am not sure if its a 66 or a 99, but the manual states 99k, but then someone messaged me and reckons its a 66k. I was given this a long time ago and was going to do it up even though i have no idea about these sewing maxhines, but never got around to it. I was going to have it more an a eye piece than a working sewing machine. I believe it does work, but i do not have the cable or pedal for it. It is extremely old, and I have been advised by a Singer expert that it was made in November 1903! They also advised that this machine can be used as a hand crank machine. All the buyer would have to do is buy a handle which is easy to do on ebay. I have the cover for it, but it doesn't seem to stay on very well. I have found a key amongst all the parts which were in the little cubby hole, but cant figure out how it works. It comes with lots of little parts and the manual which says No: 99 but the book is actually for the: 99 & 66 This would really make a great eye catching piece. If you would like more pictures please message me with your email address.