A very rare 1929 Singer 69-22 Industrial sewing machine. This sale is about the head (the machine) only. So no table, or motor. The machine is in very good order and as far as I can see and know it is complete. Please check Photographs for yourself as I cannot guarantee this.
This is a very rare machine. I think there is a video on youtube from a working example.Underneath you can read the machine's purpose. There are a few extra bobbins with the machine. THE SINGER 69-22 : For sewing Cash's marking tags or similar strip identification tags on articles to be laundered.
It is also used for tacking Blucher shoes. The machine sews the four sides of each tag, making a rectangular tack 50/64" by 15/64", consisting of twenty-one lock stitches, including three fastening stitches. There are six stitches in each of the upper and lower rows of stitches and three stitches in each end. BE AWARE THIS SALE IS FOR THE MACHINE ONLY!!!!!
NOT THE TABLE OR ANYTHING ELSE!! Of course I can not guarantee the machine in anyway as it is well over a 100 years old. All that I can tell you is that it is a good working machine but it does need some T.
The machine is in complete , original untouched and unrestored condition. Check out my other items.Be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item "Rare 1929 Singer sewing machine 69-22 for Identification tags Blucher Shoes" is in sale since Friday, August 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Sewing (Pre-1930)\Sewing Machines". The seller is "shalhans" and is located in Zoetermeer. This item can be shipped worldwide.