Condition: This machine is basically how I found it which I would say is very good antique, well used but not abused. The machine was not rusty with exception of the flat pan (sewing surface) and the usual bit on the base.
All minor, I did one application of rust removal on the pan, the surface is not smooth there. I wiped the machine down with mineral oil and lubed moving parts with a drop of triflow. The tension nut turned/turns freely. The machine was repainted black I think. There is a few small chips on the wheel well (left of wheel) on either side, see pics.
The wheel turns smoothly and the needle goes up and down. I do not see any cracks or other major damages. I have not tested this as I don't know how to use it (depressing the top bar at the furthest end lifts the pressure foot up but I do not know how it works otherwise). This machine will be packed in high density foam and double boxed. The final dimension of the package will be a larger box.
My photos count as part of my description. I do consider this item as fragile, it will be wrapped extra well. This item is in the category "Antiques\Sewing (Pre-1930)\Sewing Machines".
The seller is "clovers-closet" and is located in this country: US.