I am looking for any information on my 1874 Singer sewing machine. I am mostly interested in its value.
t is difficult to place a realistic selling value on a vintage machine as factors like true condition (difficult to tell from any photos), original or any restorations, working condition and where the machine is actually located as shipping would be very, very expensive.
This is one comment from an appraisal firm:
Even restored it wouldn't be worth more than $100. Old singers no matter the condition are not rare.
My Great Grandma left my Dad one because he was an only child. The one we have is or looks the same as yours and it is the same year. Ours is missing a belt to the machine and my dad made a new one. The machine still works and was appraised at $225.
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I have a model 66 machine. I believe it works. It has the cord and is in a #40 cabinet. Would anybody be able to possibly give me a ball park range of what the cash value is on my machine?
Your sewing machine is not a model 66. The model 66 was made in 1902 and was a hand crank sewing machine. I think the 66 on your machine is referring to the bobbin number and not the number on the sewing machine. Here is a site about the model 66 sewing machine - ismacs.net/
It appears that you sewing machine was made in 1921 because it was the first model made with electricity and it is model 99.
From what I can tell this one looks like yours - www.ebay.com/
This will give you an idea of what people are asking for the machine here. Just keep in mind the condition of your machine and cabinet will determine the final selling price of the machine. Just because a person lists the machine for $329 does not mean it will actually sell for this much.
It would be more helpful if you would post a picture of your machine upright in the cabinet as it is not possible to tell very much from the pictures you show.
The cabinet does appear to be a #40 but also appears to be in not so good condition which will only appeal to someone (in your area for pick up only) who wishes to restore it and most likely will not pay very much money.
The same person may or may not be interested in the sewing machine.
Perhaps with better pictures someone will answer and give better answers.
You can also join Ismac's (free) and send pictures and ask questions about the machine because the more you know about the machine, the more value it could have.
Do not ask about value/money on this site as they will not answer if that is all you wish to know.
I have an old Singer. The only number I can see is on a small gold plate. EF123093. Any idea of it's value?
Vintage sewing machine:
I would appreciate it if I can get a price value for a Singer sewing machine with the Ser. No:- V1459781 Class 127. According to Singer this machine was manufactured July - December 1909.
The first machine was invented in 1851. The closer your machine is to that date, the more it's worth. It also depends on the condition. You can take it to a dealer, see what he offers and multiply by 2.
Here is an excellent article on the subject:ismacs.net/
It seems that over the years this model has gone up and down in value but I did find current listings on eBay and one was recently sold but there are many factors that determine value (and asking price is only that - asking) and some machine are in excellent condition and a collector may pay more than the normal value.
These machines are very difficult to ship so most people try to sell them close to their home such as Craigslist rather than eBay.
The value goes up if there is a good carrying case or table.
Here is a link to eBay but these are current listings (7/2017).
Here is a link to a site that you can ask for an appraisal and the answer comes from experts in this type of item. It is free - no cost to you.
The condition of your sewing machine will determine the value. My grandmother had one she sewed on for years. Fifteen years ago a person offered us $200 for the machine because the original belt was gone. However, today we were offered $400 for the same machine.
I saw on eBay that the machine is selling anywhere from $170 to $600 depending on the condition the machine is in.
Your machine looks gorgeous.. I know it is difficult to really tell by a photo but I would love to have it! Too bad you live so far away..
I believe your machine would be well worth $300 or more (in the US) but it would be very difficult to place a value with you living in South Africa.
Have you checked your eBay sales lately? You can place a "watch" on something like this but it is no longer easy as eBay no longer has a link for "wanted items".
Sorry I could not be of more help but thanks for posting back with information on where you live and a nice photo of your Singer. Maybe someone else will be able to give you a better answer.
I am trying to find the value of an antique Singer sewing in a cabinet?
Info on the machine:
July 23, 1901
D 1343102 machine
If it is in good condition, it is in the $200 range, based on what I have seen on eBay.
I have a Singer sewing machine, serial # 14012753. It appears from the database it was manufactured in 1874. The sewing machine is is excellent condition. It has the original leather belt, rotary button hole attachment, all the sewing attachments, and the wooden machine cover.All the handles, draw slides, etc. are in excellent condition. What would the starting value on the east coast of Canada be?
They seem to be in the $150-$200 range in the US. Canada will be a bit higher.
I have a Singer sewing machine 1906 H series White Rotary USA with cabinet. How can I determine the value?
It could vary, depending upon condition, from a low of $50 to a high of around $500. I would upload pictures to this website for a better appraisal: www.collectorsweekly.com/