Since 1851, the name Singer has been synonymous with sewing.
The spirit of practical design and creative innovation.
Any sewing machine with a serial # above 50,000 would be considered "Late" and relatively common.
In other words, your Wheeler & Wilson #9, White, Singer, Domestic, Wilcox & Gibbs, etc.
that characterized the company at its beginning continues today as we develop products for every level of sewing.
We have celebrated many firsts, including the world's first zig-zag machine, the first electronic machines and we now proudly produce the world's most advanced home sewing and embroidery machine.
We do not buy, sell, or deal in most later treadle sewing machines.
To see many other examples of early sewing machines go to my Past Sales Archives on our sister website Those are the type and style sewing machines we seek. The simple fact that your sewing machine is old does not necessarily mean it is desirable or valuable to a collector.I would have a straight needle and make it work up and down." After 11 days and forty dollars in cost. Motion was communicated to the needle arm and shuttle by means of gears.Singer also conceived the idea of using a treadle similar to that of a spinning wheel: all other machines at the time used a hand crank to generale power. rst lightweight domestic machine, the "Grasshopper," was introduced. Singer opened three manufacturing plants in New York City. In 1990 Singer introduced the 9900 Unlimited, QUANTUM, and Magic Steam Ironing Press In 1990 Singer introduced the 9900 Unlimited which contained the largest microprocessor ever incorporated in sewing machines. I could not find my sewing machine listed on your website, where can I go for more information? I heard about machines being "badged", what does this mean? We cannot cope with this number of individual mails and now ask that all such queries be channeled through the ISMACS digest -- it's free and easy to sign up -- click here.