Value of and Old Singer Sewing Machine

I have an old Singer. The only number I can see is on a small gold plate. EF123093. Any idea of it's value?

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October 19, 20170 found this helpful
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Vintage sewing machine:

  1. Your sewing machine serial number EF123093 was manufactured in 1911.
  2. You can determine this by a serial number look up by Singer: cf.ltkcdn.net/.../235-Antique-Singer-Sewing-Machines...
  3. Here you will see the serial number starting with E and the F reference. Go down to the number and it says 1911.
  4. According to Singer the value of your machine is determined by the condition of the machine, and the desirability of this model.
  5. Singer suggests that you have your machine looked at and appraised by an Appraiser.
  6. You can take your machine to an antique store and see if they will give you a value to buy this machine.
  7. Now take this value and double it and this will give you the retail value of your machine.
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  9. Also look in the store and see if they have a machine that is similar to yours.
  10. Ask the price and how long it has been on sale in the store.
  11. You will need to determine how many months and every 3 months that it sits in the store it looses value by half.
  12. Selling online will be difficult because you'll have to include shipping and handling costs. Shipping an older sewing machine is quite expensive.
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October 19, 20170 found this helpful

Use this website to help identify your model. It will be much easier to determine the value. The number on the plate is the serial number.www.singersewinginfo.co.uk/.../

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