And New Jersey, as the state of manufacture. Leaning toward the earlier date as I've confirmed it on a couple of websites. However saw the 1924 date on another, "automated" search site.I HAVE NOT TESTED THE LIGHT AND MOTOR, As the wiring between the screw points and first box are in bad shape. (I could, or someone else could simply replace the aged wires with modern ones). She's if not over, right about 100 years old. All attachments shown in photos are Included. NOTE, I'm unsure if it's missing a piece on the base near the needle, or if one of the attachments go there. Lock works as it should. NOTE - Belt near hand turn is frayed and should be replaced.
Have moved her by hand and everything seems to move smoothly. There is original motor grease, with cap, so still soft included. Total of 3 original needles included. (2 in box, 1 installed).
And, the original Manual is included. She moves in and out of the wooden box base, on hinged pins. Even sliding her up allows for lots of storage below.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Sewing (Pre-1930)\Sewing Machines". The seller is "okcorral" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States.