One of the sturdiest and simplest of machines to operate. Weight is about 55 POUNDS. This is a great old SEWING MACHINE & cabinet.
Singer Sewing Machine Details: This sewing machine is in a treadle cabinet, and is not motorized " RED EYE " decal was used on Singer model 66 from 1910 to 1925. The Singer "Red Eye" gets its name from the beautiful red iconic design used throughout its decoration.Several other machines earn names frm their embellishments such as the Sphinx, Lotus, and several other machines. Serial number of this Singer 66 machine is G0926108 and made circa 1920. Approximately 30" tall 36" wide and 16 deep.
5 drawers-Includes machine, cabinet, treadle and belt. Condition: I inherited the machine from my mother years ago. Cabinet needs some cleaning and care, veneer peeling in few areas, but no major damage. See photos for serial number. The knobbed drawers pull out to store material or any projects you may have.
Perfect for sewing, use as a desk or very interesting as an occasional table. It is a handsome sturdy collector's classic. The item "ANTIQUE SINGER SEWING MACHINE Redeye Model 66 Treadle Oak Cabinet 1920" is in sale since Monday, August 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Sewing (1930-Now)\Machines". The seller is "deepsouthc" and is located in Montgomery, Alabama.
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