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ASM 1107-1 CLONE OF SINGER 107.1 FOR SEWING IN FITTED OR UNFITTED TAPED OR REEDED SWEATBANDS INTO FELT OR STRAW HATS. MACHINE SEWS SINGLE THREAD CHAINSTITCH. ... moreGAUGE HOLDS SWEATBAND IN PLACE AS SHOWN IN ATTACHED LAST PHOTO(MACHINE IN LAST PHOTO IS IDENTICAL MACHINE BUT NOT THE MACHINE FOR SALE IN THIS LISTING) GAUGE HOLDS FITTED(CLOSED) TAPED SWEATBAND OR UNFITTED(OPEN ENDED) TAPED SWEATBAND. THIS MACHINE IS A RECENTLY MADE HIGH QUALITY CLONE OF THE SINGER 107.1. MACHINE WAS NOT MADE BY SINGER MACHINE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. HEAD ONLY.
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City Sewing Machine only sales Union Special OEM Genuine Parts! New- 43228 G Needle Plate. See pictures for details.
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525
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Sewing machine for parts or repair. Head Only. Sold AS IS where IS. About this machine: For seaming overalls and work pants. Automobile trim, stitching ... moretarpaulins, tents, seat covers and similar work in medium and heavy fabrics. Conditions: The sale is for the sewing machine head only. The machine may need parts or service to work properly. We don't have technicians on site nor operators. We are unable to test a machine. You are welcome to come to our warehouse and inspect the machine prior to make the purchase. DISCLAIMER: You are buying the pictured item. There are not extra accessories, parts or components included. Every item is sold as is, where is without any warranty. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the item before buying it. Buyer is responsible for all transportation charges. Paypal | Wire Transfer | Cash. Please contact a shipping company for freight quotes. Merchandise located at 90011. Forklift/ loading dock available. Commercial address. For small items we ship via FedEx ground. Customer responsible for all transportation charges. We help to load. Merchandise must be paid before removal. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the merchandise prior to make any purchase. Equipment is sold as is where is. AJ Equipment is a company located in Los Angeles. CA with over 2 decades of experience in the general trading of heavy equipment. Please use the contact feature of eBay to get in contact with us or call us directly at: Tel: 1 563-289-7253. Our business hours are: Mon- Fri 8:00am- 4:00pm P.S.T.
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Description The sale is for the sewing machne head only. The machine was removed from a closing factory. Functionality is unknown and it may requiere ... moreparts and service to make it operational. There is no manual. Neither any extra accessories included with the machine. Sold AS IS- WHERE IS. Payment Wire Transfer | Cash. Shipping Please contact a shipping company for freight quotes. Merchandise located at 90011. Forklift/ loading dock available. Commercial address. Customer responsible for all transportation charges. We help to load. Terms of Sale Merchandise must be paid before removal. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the merchandise prior to make any purchase. Equipment is sold as is where is. About Us AJ Equipment is a company located in Los Angeles. CA with over 2 decades of experience in the general trading of heavy equipment. Contact Us Tel: 1 563-289-7253.
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SIRUBA 737K 3 Thread Narrow Stitch(Merrow Edge) Industrial Serger Super High Speed Industrial Serger/ Overlock Sewing Machine 7.500 RPM Max For Fine Edging ... moreon Extra Light Knit Fabrics Ideal for sewing Quinceniera Dresses. Wedding Dresses, Handkerchiefs, etc. Fully Assembled with Table. Stand& Motor 1 YEAR WARRANTY! ON SALE for only $1.195.00- BRAND NEW All sewing machines are shipped fully assembled directly from our showroom. Your sewing machine will arrive in ready-to-sew condition with no extra assembly required on your part. Each machine is set up. Adjusted and tested before it leaves our dock. Complete machines will be shipped on a pallet using a Common Freight Carrier. In order for each customer to receive the absolute best shipping rate. Contact us with the exact shipping address before you submit a bid or purchase one of our machines. Let us know if the delivery address is commercial or residential and whether the building has a dock or will require lift-gate delivery. We will only ship machines to the mainland 48 U.S. States. Customers from other areas are urged to contact us for additional information and requirements. Each new machine we sell is covered by a 1 YEAR WARRANTY. The warranty covers parts and labor to repair any factory defects. Warranty does not cover any damages resulting from mishandling of the machine. Improper operation or operation outside the capability of the machine, improper maintenance or improper voltage feed. All warranty services will be performed in our Dallas. Texas office. Shipping charges for any warranty service are the responsibility of the customer. If. For any reason, you are not happy with your item or another aspect of your purchase- please contact us at your earliest convenience so that we may resolve any issues in a timely and professional manner. We want our customers 100% satisfied with their purchase from Sunny Sewing and will do everything in our power to ensure that satisfaction. We accept returns within 7 days with prior notification and ret
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Union Special 43200 G Pressure Foot for Union Special 43200 G Part No: 43277 G Self Edge Chain Stitch Industrial Sewing Machine http:www.universalsewing.com/images2/parts_lists/all/qi8ehjna.pdf
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Conditions: The sale is for the sewing machine head only. The machine may need parts or service to work properly. We don't have technicians on site ... morenor operators. We are unable to test a machine. You are welcome to come to our warehouse and inspect the machine prior to make the purchase. DISCLAIMER: You are buying the pictured item. There are not extra accessories, parts or components included. Every item is sold as is, where is without any warranty. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the item before buying it. Buyer is responsible for all transportation charges. Paypal | Wire Transfer | Cash. Please contact a shipping company for freight quotes. Merchandise located at 90011. Forklift/ loading dock available. Commercial address. For small items we ship via FedEx ground. Customer responsible for all transportation charges. We help to load. Merchandise must be paid before removal. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the merchandise prior to make any purchase. Equipment is sold as is where is. AJ Equipment is a company located in Los Angeles. CA with over 2 decades of experience in the general trading of heavy equipment. Please use the contact feature of eBay to get in contact with us or call us directly at: Tel: 1 563-289-7253. Our business hours are: Mon- Fri 8:00am- 4:00pm P.S.T.
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Juki is the brand that practically invented the overlock machine when it brought its new serger technology to the American market in 1976. The Juki MO-6714 ... moreserger does one stitch and it does it perfectly. The 4-thread stitch. The Juki serger is perfect for overlock stitching all types of light to medium weight fabrics. The overlock machine is provided with a backlatching capability that eliminates the need for bartacking. The chain-off thread is tucked into the seam at the beginning of sewing to secure chain-off thread and prevent the finished seam from coming undone. This unit runs on a servo motor that has been upgraded to run silently. Features: 7000 stitches per minute, 110 volts, 08~4mm stitch length, Needle gauge: 2.0(mm) Overedging width: 4.0(mm) Needle: DCx27, This is sold as a full set and includes the following: Drawer, Machine head, Motor, Sewing Light, Stand, Table, This product comes with FREE U.S. SHIPPING. Call us with any questions at 1.800.868.4419 or by using our email.
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PURITAN NS8300 2 NEEDLE HIGH POST HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS: A. Footwear: stitchdown lasting of uppers ... moreto midsole. Fairstitching of soles, sewing vamps to quarters, sewing backstays, pre-welting, circumferential stitching, insole welting, boots, cowboy boots, moccasins, slippers, Ballet soles and toes, baby shoe construction. B. Luggage: Portfolios. Attaché and brief cases: camera, instrument and musical instrument cases; golf club covers; handbags, medical bags and school bags; sample cases, gun cases, and utility kits; footlocker and trunks. C. Sporting Goods: Golf bags(sides. Tops, bottoms, cuffs, rings, collars) footballs and Cricket balls; body and head protectors, guards and pads; baseball gloves and mitts; punching and striking bags; athletic supporters; hockey, ice and roller skate boots and shoes; saddlery. Other D. Filter screens. Canvas products, Bookbinding, Fastening hair to dolls' heads. E. Saddlery F. Upholstering. Fastening automobile dashboards and panels ao5pta.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bisk%3Eao5pta-13e06890995-0xff-
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Quantity 10 NEW Organ size 16 sewing machine needles for antique Willcox& Gibbs Noiseless Automatic chain stitch sewing machine.
Quantity 3 NEW Organ size 16 sewing machine needles for antique Willcox& Gibbs Noiseless Automatic chain stitch sewing machine.
| | | Welcome to Wwolst12. The#1 eBay site for Antiques, Collectibles and Art, according to eBay statistics! We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art. Antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Please, bookmark our auction site! We promise that you will see, and have an opportunity to buy, a wide variety of rare and valuable items; the large majority of which are fresh to the market! Thank You& Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc, Bill. Wendy, Lindsey, Yaya, Lisa, Darlene, Rich, Sarah, Devin, Kyle& Kerri.The classic Willcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Sewing Machine began production during the late 19 th century. Circa 1890s, and is of the ... moremost collected sewing machines of all time. Some say this sewing machine represents the finest piece of Victorian precision engineering in the sewing world. This auction is for an original Willcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Sewing Machine from the early 20 th century. This machine just came back from our sewing machine repairman who gave it a thorough cleaning and threading. It is now guaranteed to be in perfect working order. As you can see in our close up photographs. There is some very light wear to the original gold decals of this sewing machine, but that’s it! The black paint is perfect and this machine comes in a 11“ by 8 1/2“ by 9 ½” case from the 1950s. You will find that this antique Willcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Sewing Machine has been listed without any reserve! We guarantee 100% that the high bidder will be more than satisfied with the quality. Condition and age of these Sewing Machine or we will return all of their money. Please check out our other auctions. We list every day and you never know what you might find listed without any reserve! After reading our description and viewing all of the photographs. If you have any additional questions that we c
Selling this wonderful antique WILCOX-GIBBS chain stitch sewing machine. This machines operates and sews perfectly. The finish and decals are in very nice condition. The original manual that goes with the machine is really starting to show its age though. But is still readable and useful. If you would desire additional detail photos please do not hesitate to contact me and I will try my best to accomodate your request. Bear in mind that I am by no means a very skilled photographer. I offer and charge the shipping of this item by Parcel Post or Priority mail at actual cost of the shipping to the winning bidder.
Schmetz discontinued manufacturing needles that fit the Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch sewing machine. These Schmetz needles have the groove all the way up the shaft as required for the machine to slide over the pin in the needle bar. It will fit the older glass tension machine. The automatic and the later electric chain stitch machines. Mirror smooth Schmetz needles glide through fabric and are superior to the original Willcox& Gibbs needles with a dull finish that does not penetrate all fabrics smoothly. Over the years I have used both original and Schmetz needles in my Willcox& Gibbs machines and discovered the problem of using dull finish needles. Especially on some fabrics and layers. The old original needles were not made smooth and shiny enough, these are the best. This is for 5 needles Size 100/16 which is the same as the ... moreWillcox& Gibbs size 4 needle. I use needles on my chain stitch machine for a long time until they start plunking in the fabric. Then I know they are dull. I do save them in an old film container, some day someone else may want to sharpen them.
Antique Willcox& Gibbs Cast Iron Table Clamp Chain Stitch Sewing Machine with Gold Decals. Measures about 10 1/2" long and 8" tall not including the clamp. A fine example of a classic and very desirable antique sewing device. It comes from a local estate. It is well used and may be able to be restored. Or use for parts.
New 9/32" wrench for Willcox& Gibbs antique chain stitch sewing machine. Wrench used to tighten and loosen nut when replacing needle.
New spool pin for Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch sewing machine. Fourth photo shows comparison between new spool pin and the original on right. Fifth and Sixth photo shows spool pin in use(machine not included)
Original 1926 Singer Sewing Machine Manual for the Model 149-2 Singer Machine. Two Thread Chain Stitch Singer Manual This rare manual is in very good condition and complete and measures 5 1/2" by 8 1/4" and 11" wide opened up. $22.95 and shipping will be $2 anywhere in the USA or Canada.
Original 1927 Singer Sewing Machine Manual for the Model 147-5. 147-6, 147-7, 147-37 and 147-38 Singer Machine. Two Thread Chain Stitch Singer Manual Aside from a small blemish on the back cover this rare manual is in excellent condition and complete and measures 5 1/2" by 8 1/4" and 11" wide opened up. $29.95 and shipping will be $2 anywhere in the USA or Canada.
Antique Singer Chain Stitch Sewing Machine: Model 24 Treadle with Beautiful Cabinet Based upon the ISMACS Singer Sewing Machine Database. This machine with Serial Number N496866, is a Model 24 that was allotted to 2500 machines on October 5, 1900. From my research I believe this is most likely to be a Model 24-1: The Decal Pattern is'floral' also called'small flowers' and/or'decal pattern#19' The Cloth Plate is'silver' the Tension is'manual' The operation is'treadle' and The Spool Pin is'right back' Most of the decals are in Excellent shape. The Cloth Plate is good. Not perfect, but good. It has some loss, scratches and wear. Not rusty. This machine is well over 100 years old and still sews very nicely. The photo shows the machine going from a long stitch to a shorter one. Please excuse ... morethe operator for he is a rank novice. The cabinet has 6 drawers with beautiful wooden design applied in near perfect condition. The cast iron portion of the cabinet has virtually no rust. As you can see in the photos of the cabinet: The veneer is coming off of the top boards and needs work. Some of the applied design in the center front has come off and needs some work. If you would like photos of anything else. Let me know and I will be glad to provide them. Smoke free home. Shipping and handling details LOCAL PICK-UP ONLY, Summary of Selling Policies Payment Please pay the amount of the winning bid plus shipping(shown above) I will ONLY accept PayPal. Shipping I ship only to the US. Delivery I will ship within 2 business days after receiving payment. Am not responsible for uninsured items. Refunds& Returns If you win this item and upon receiving it are not 100% satisfied. You may return it to me for a full refund of the winning bid less shipping. Returning buyer pays for shipping back to me) Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*61cfe2%3E-13d21f36e00-0xff-
Vintage Grain small chain link sewing machine in good working order I have oiled. Cleaned, and tested the machine, perfect to make dolls clothes with and small alterations to clothing measures 6 cms wide. 19cms high, 17cms long base measures 16cms wide. 23cms long see more pictures below thanks for looking checkout my ebay shop! On 05-Mar-13 at 22:30:36 GMT. Seller added the following information: For delivery quotes of up to 75% off standard rates- try:
Up for sale Willcox& Gibbs Automatic family sewing machine in very good and working condition. Come with everything that original. The book of direction to use this sewing machine is still in good condition and easy to read. This sewing machine made by Willcox& Gibbs sewing machine Co. It's have light on the side. Original motor type A D 110 Volts- DC& AC to 70 cycles Made by Westinghouse. For more detail please see pictures and feel free to ask question. Thank you for your business and have a great week. `4g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*f%603%3E%604g-13d3e401ad4-0xf3-
Charming Antique 6" x 7" Child's CHAIN-STITCH SEWING MACHINE GERMANY#415606 Lovely to look at. Still beautiful with scrolling gold, red& green Art Nouveau transfer designs and still working smoothly, this Child’s Sewing Machine sews with Chain-Stitch; in excellent condition with no damages and all-original, the Sewing Machine is circa 1890s and marked“Made in Germany” on each side of the base, and engraved“No. 415606” Measuring 6” long. 7” high to top of spool-holder, and 3.5” front-to-back, the machine has a lever-action pressure foot, changeable needle, hand-crank action, threads easily and comes with an antique spool of cotton twist thread and a silk faille skirt for a tiny doll; from a non-smoking environment. Item#32113mb We are available Tuesday through Saturday 9:30-5:30 and we are closed Sunday and Monday. We accept ... moreall major credit cards. Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express or you may pay with Paypal. You may call us with your charge card number. If you would like to know more about us click the ME button on the upper right hand side of any listing. Our business name is Turn of the Century Antique. You may contact us 9:30 to 5:30 Mountain Standard Time. NOTE: Our shipping may appear high; however. New payment and policy requirements of this site now require and define"shipping" to include: postage, handling, insurance, and delivery confirmation. Shipping costs in the listing are an estimate. Large, heavy and/or fragile items or antiques require additional time and cost to pack and ship safely. We can only supply an exact quote once the item is packed, weight, dimensions and destination are determined. Shipping to Italy and Spain we will now ONLY ship your purchases Federal Express or Global Express Guaranteed. Please email ahead of time for a quote All purchases are packed with care and well protected. FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS- THERE MIGHT BE AN INSTANCE WHERE YOUR PACKAGE IS DELAYED IN CUSTOMS. WE DO NOT HAVE CONTROL OVER THIS. International shipments may have to
1976-2011 Sanrio Co. Hello Kitty chain stitch sewing machine; really works.Thread is hidden under Hello Kitty picture. Tape measure on front and side, small drawer, handle for easy caring, pedal has long cord. No instruction sheet or box. Sewing machine is in very nice used condition, no broken pieces and will need new batteries shortly. All toys should be cleaned before giving to another child. Always happy to combine purchases. We accept Paypal only. We ship 48 continental US states only. Please ask questions before bidding.
0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false LOW STARTING BID. NO RESERVE! GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN BIDDING! Shipping and Handling will be determined at the auctions end and will depend on your postal or zip code. I do ship Worldwide 0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false I am pleased to offer you these antique sewing machine parts from the estate of a hat maker here in the Toronto area. Years ago he had a thriving bussiness and when he closed up shop. He stored parts and machines in his basement and there they sat for all these years. The family has asked me to put them in auction for them. I will be listing parts in lots and some of the machines from his factory so be sure to check my auctions regularly for different machines and parts. All of my items are from a clean smoke free home. I buy most of my items at local auctions and estate sales ... morehere in Toronto and only buy items from clean environments. Please remember that bidding is a contract. Please do not bid if you do not intend on completing the transaction. I do my best to post all information I know about an item in my auction descriptions. If there is something you are unclear about please ask me before you place your bid. Most of the items will have been used and sold“AS-IS” Please feel free to ask as many questions. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING& GOOD LUCK BIDDING! Please add me to your list of favorite sellers and visit often. I do not make money on the s&h and charge my actual costs. Please note that the handling fee that is charged is because of Ebays new policy which is to also charge the seller a final value fee of 9% on the shipping cost. Our fees are high enough without this! Thank you in advance for understanding. I can't figure out how Ebay can get away with making money on Canada Post! Check my feedback. I do my best to keep shipping as low as possible and my items are packed well and do arrive safely.
hello for yo ur consideration is this rare antique singer 24-50 sewing machi ne every part moves freely the metal has surface rust and light pitting the wood base is in good shape decal s show signs of wear the machine is over a hundred years old this was thought to be a childs machine when produced the machine is actually an industrial chain stitch machine this machine operates without a bobbin all lever s move nothing is frozen the measurements are counting the base 11 3/4 long x 6 wide and 9 1/2 inches high hear is your chance to own a very rare machine any questions please feel free to ask thanks
Singer 147-115 Industrial Chain Stitch Sewing Machine Please read about freight cost below. Click image to enlarge. Manufacturer: Part# MECI Part# Condition: Dimensions: Weight: Description: Singer 147-115 702-2510 Used 48"w x 20"d x 30"h 250.00 Industrial machine designed for general work in fabrics and light to medium weight leather 2 needles. 2 loopers Automatic oiler Includes worktable with motor and controls 220VAC. 3 phase operation 1/2 hp 3500 rpm Please read about freight cost below. There is also $25 packing fee. Welcome to our eBay store! To make your purchase as simple and easy as possible. Please refer to the store policies listed below. Freight Cost and Policy Payment to MECI will be for the item cost. Freight charges and the packing fee. Freight cost are based on a few details. We recommend contacting us before ... moreyou purchase to get a freight quote. We need to know the following THREE FACTS to get an freight quote: 1. Ship to zip code 2. Ship to a business or residence(additional cost for residential delivery) 3. Liftgate needed at delivery(additional cost) It is always cheaper to pick up the item at a local freight terminal or delivered to a business. There is a $25 PACKING FEE added to this freight order. Freight charges and handling fee charges are separate. After you have used the buy it now option please contact us to add the freight charges and packing fee to your invoice so you only have to make one payment. Once payment is received we will prepare your order for shipment. Contact us by phone at 800-422-3525 ext5 Mon-Fri 830am-500pm EST. CANADA. Freight cost does not include import taxes. Duties or brokerage fees, these charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your customs office to determine what additional cost my apply. COMBINED SHIPPING We will combine shipping the best we can. If you purchase other items we will put them in the same box or skid if they can be shipped securely and safely together. SALES TAX- For shipments to Ohio. We are required by State
Cute miniature antique chain stitch child's or salesman sample sewing machine. Top bar has a repair. But it is in working order-just add a needle. Serial number on throat plate says No. 224559. The irregular line and spacing of the numbers, combined with the difference in depth of stamping, tell me that the machine was hand-stamped one number at a time, and is therefore very, very old. It has a three-spoked crank wheel, original wooden handle, all original screws, springs, etc except for the screw on the throat plate. The original painting of wheat( leaf and floral pattern can still be seen on the front, and two sides of the base. It is all metal with a faux pawfoot base and ring for a clamp connection to a table. I believe it is German made, circa 1910. Happy bidding! No international. Please. b7g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*0%3C3%3Eb7g-13dedef1099-0xf3-
SINGER 421X25 X Pattern ChainStitch Button Sewer SINGER 421X25 One Needle One Thread Chainstitch X Stitch Pattern Sewing Machine Heavy Duty One Needle Single Thread Chainstitch Industrial Sewing Machine. SINGER 421X25 Heavy duty button sewing machine. Makes cross or x stitch button sew. Machine is in usable condition and photo shows buttons sewn on machine. Machine comes head only. No table or motor is included. Back belt cover not pictured is included. Sold head only. With belt cover. No table or motor. U.P.S. shipping fees $69.
Description Offered is a little operating motorized Singer chain stitch sewing machine born on January 8th 1918. It is a model 24-65. This little machine head works and makes chain stitches. The 24 chain stitch machines were made for both industrial and dometic use. the model 24-65 has an automatic tension adjuster and model is the only one which came with a light and in a bentwood case with a knee lever controler. it adjusts from 12-30 stitches to the inch. It has a black table plate with stitch length indicator and a chromed hand/belt wheel. It has the original foot. Both the paint and decals although not 100% mint are in excellent condition showing very little wear. It has been recently cleaned and oiled. It has been stitch tested and makes nice stitches, I t uses size 24X1 or 24X2 needles which comes in different gages. It runs on a standard ... more110-115 v outlet Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you feel the machine is other than described; please feel free to return it for a full refund of the purchase price. Pick-up is offered. Shipping cost will be actual shipping plus a $4.00 handling fee to cover Auctiva insurance. Shipping weight is 32 lbs. from zip 12538 Hyde Park. NY. Please feel free to ask questions. Ask them early as I am not always present at the close of auction. If you have any questions please ask. I accept paypal. I will on occasion accept other forms of payment but you must contact me first for pre-approval. If payment is not received within five days. I reserve the right to re-list the item,and file a Non-Paying Bidder Report with e-Bay, Shipping occurs usually 1-7 days after payment is received and cleared. I ship most items thru the US postal service. Please read the description carefully:Vintage and used items are sold in as-is condition and are not generally returnable. Please feel free to ask questions. There are no warranties expressed or implied. All sales are final unless otherwise noted. But in the unlikely event that there is a problem, please e-mail me before leaving feedback
ROUGH SHAPE BUT IT TURNS SPOOL HOLDER IS BROKE OFF RUSTY DIRTY NEEDS WORK NO MOTOR IS INCLUDED PLEASE ENLARGE THE PHOTOS FREE SHIPPING TO THE CONTINENTAL US EXTRA SHIPPING OUT OF THE CONTINENTAL US
c1880 ~"The Globe" ~ James G Weir- Chain Stitch Sewing Machine- THIS IS ON THE UK SITE AND LISTED IN GB POUNDS Victorian ~ c1880 ~"The Globe" James G Weir- Sewing Machine This wonderful Victorian sewing machine is in"as found" condition and has NOT been re-painted or restored. James Weir started selling sewing machines in 1867. He imported the Raymond Chain stitch machine from Canada and called it the"The American Hand Machine" This I believe is Weirs"The Globe" The machine itself is good condition. Unfortunately most of its' gilt decoration has gone; there is one small remainder of the plate label. Jas G. Weir is stamped onto the needle-plate and the address 2 Carlisle Street London. The cast body is intact no chips or cracks. There are the usual marks that you would expect to an item ... moreof 130 years old. The machine still has a good movement. It measures approx 22 cm(8 1/2 inches) long by 13 cm(5 inches) at its widest(this includes the wheel) Unfortunately the machine no longer has its case; but be assured that it will be packed with great care. We take great care to describe our items as clearly and honestly as possible. Including any faults or flaws that we may see. Please do take a little time to look at the pictures and read the descriptions carefully. The pictures may be supersized for larger, close up detail. Please be sure to ask any questions before the end of the auction. A wonderful early sewing machine which would grace any collection. Be sure to add me to your favourites list! Please take some time to view our other items! All of our items open with no reserve and start with a reasonable price. Good Luck& Happy Bidding! 13/14 0051 Paypal is my preferred payment method. Please E-Mail with any queries before the end of the auction. Buyer pays all postage costs. UK Buyers ~ Pay by PayPal. Postal Order or Personal Cheque(all cheques must clear before items are sent) Overseas Buyers ~ All items are listed in GB Pounds and any shipping costs are also
double needle. Chain stitich with 12 gauge set, 1/8" tested and sewn off, in good running order, selling head only) 37,RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28d03%3C%3E37-13e230e42af-0xfe-
A RARE no. 24 Electric Model SINGER CHAIN STITCH SEWING MACHINE! Complete with its very early original electrical connection! Can't find a model number but I believe is one of the 1st model 24 types. Appears in very good cosmetic and mechanical condition! Wires are not firmly connected to the box and may need some updating or retrofitted with a foot switch for use! Please see all 12 pictures.
Working double needle chain stitch sewing machine with puller. 1/2" needle spacing. Table is in like new condition. Clutch motor. This machine has not been abused. It looks good and is very clean. We used this machine for prototypes and have used it very little over the last 2 years. I guarantee that everything works but you may need to make adjustments depending on your material. Thread and sewing techniques. I prefer local pickup but I will strap it to a pallet for shipping if you make the shipping arrangements.
This is a Industrial Singer Chain Stitch Sewing Machine. Model#114E103. This is one heavy machine! This came out of a factory in Columbus Ohio. Still has a local service sticker on it. I really don't know too much about it, The Wooden handle on the bottom turns freely and spins the needle in a circle pattern. I removed the cover to take a photo of the gears and mechanics of the inside. If you have any specific questions feel free to ask. Seems to be in great condition with some rust and cosmetic wear(refer to photos) Here are the stats for it: Features: Machine has stop motion device, Oscillating looper, Adjustable needle plate for needle sizes from 1 to 12, Makes ornamental chainstitch or drop stitch and allows easy change from one stitch to the other, Space to right of needle: 10¼" 260mm) Length of bed: 16 3/8" 416mm) ... moreWidth of bed: 7 7/8" 200mm) Machine pulley: 2" 51mm) and 2 3/4" 70mm) for round leather belt, Singer continuous running motor low speed 1/3 H.P. For embroidery work, Makes ornamental chainstitch or drop stitch and allows easy change from one stitch to the other. Specifications: Bed dimensions: Space to right of needle: 10 1/4" 260mm) Length of bed: 16 3/8" 416mm) Width of bed: 7 7/8" 200mm) Machine pulley: 2" 51mm) and 2 3/4" 70mm) for round leather belt, ALSO CHECK OUT MY OTHER ITEMS AND TOYS! If you have any questions feel free to ask and I will get back to you usually within an hour. Thanks! ALSO CHECK OUT MY OTHER ACTION FIGURES. VINTAGE TOYS AND VINTAGE COLLECTIBLES! ALOT OF MY ITEMS ARE"BUY IT NOW" OR BEST OFFER. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED! WE GLADLY COMBINE SHIPPING FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS! ITEMS WILL BE SHIPPED OUT 1-2 DAYS AFTER PAYMENT VIA U.S.P.S WITH A TRACKING NUMBER FOR THE BUYER. We ship to The U.S.A(lower 48 states) If the item is small(less than 2-3 lbs) and your an interested international buyer please contact me to figure out the shipping costs. We aim to please not deceive! We want nothing but the best service to our c
Willcox& Gibbs S.M.Co Antique Chain Stitch Sewing Machine Manufactured between 1880-1883 Great working condition! Serial# A365954 Has been converted to electric with foot pedal also! Special case designed and made specifically for this machine. WORKS PERFECTLY! Just needs a new needle. Read all about the history and manufacture date of this machine at: http:sewalot.com/willcox_gibbs_dates_serial_numbers.htm Posted with
Item Details. Shipping. Payment& Returns. This sewing machine came with a business that we acquired several years ago. We have used it but its been sitting for years so I cannot say for sure how well it runs. This a double needle chain stitch machine. It was made by Union Special and is their Model 51500BL. The stand is included with purchase. Local pickup is free or we will be glad to assist any shipping company you use with loading. How much does shipping cost? This item is local pickup only. We do not offer shipping on this item but will assist any shipping company you select with loading. Where and when can this item be picked up? This item is available for pickup at 1468 Alabama Highway 157 Cullman. Alabama 35058 Monday- Friday from 8am-4:30pm. Payment For shipments to Alabama addresses. We are required by State law to collect 4% ... moreState sales tax. Return Policy Your satisfaction is important to us and we hope you are completely satisfied with your new purchase. However. We know there will be times that purchasing errors are made or an item may not be quite what you expected. We are here to help you even in those situations. New. Unused, off-the-shelf products may be returned for a full refund within 30 days of the purchase date. There is no charge for this service and we do not charge a restocking fee. We will inspect the product upon receipt to our warehouse. Repackage the item and include a note with your name and contact information. The product being returned, and the reason for return. You will be responsible for the return shipping charge. Using your preferred method of shipment, return your package to: Lookout Mountain Tarp Attn: Returns Dept. 1468 Alabama Highway 157 Cullman. Alabama 35058 Please allow 48 hours from the time your package is received by Lookout Mountain Tarp for your refund to be processed. Your refund will be credited back using the same method of payment as your original purchase.
SMALL INDUSTRIAL SINGER 25-4 HOME CHAIN STITCH TABLE TOP SEWING MACHINE.Uses 23x1& 24x2 needles,turns very easily by hand,very clean inside front cylinder,decals have some wear,10" tall 10" across& 3" wide,no needles in it,machine is as is unless description is incorrect,any questions 7744009891,or any questions email me,THANK YOU
UP FOR AUCTION: Antique Singer 24-7 Cast Iron Chain Stitch Hand Cranked Sewing Machine Description: Signed Singer small cast iron sewing machine in original black paint and gilt floral decoration. It has a needle in it and is in working condition. If you look at the photograph with the Pepsi can on it. You realize how small it is. Collector's item. Size: Measures approx 10" long by 9 3/4" tall by 6" wide at tray table. Age: Early 20th C.Serial# AC298893 Condition: Minor wear to paint. Mechanically sound, a good looking sewing machine. ALL THE PARTS ARE ORIGINAL TO THIS MACHINE. My Policies: Payment: Payment to be received by AV2YOU within 5 business days of close of auction. Shortly after your auction ends. We will email you payment instructions. Payments: PayPal payments must have matching billing and shipping addresses. ... moreMake inquiries to: Leopold Holder 69-38 79 Street, Middle Village, NY 11379 Item Specifications: Rest assured the item sold to you is the one photographed and described. Shipping/Pickups: We ship items to the 48 lower states. We will ship to Puerto Rico. Alaska and Hawaii(for an added expense. International shipments may be possible if size/weight permits. We will not ship large packages to P.O. boxes and APO/FPO addresses. Most of our items ship UPS Ground. Small items under 2 pounds will be shipped USPS priority at our discretion. If an item arrives damaged, we MUST be notified within 24 hours in order to assist you in filing a claim with the shipping company. If we do not hear from you within this time frame, it will be more difficult to process your claim and we will not be responsible for any declines on claims or delays. You MUST save all original packaging and inform your local delivery person if visible damage to the box is evident at the time of delivery. Pick ups are OK from our location in Middle Village, Queens(11379) We require that you bring your eBay and PayPal invoice with you. If you intend to pay cash on pick up, make sure you bring your eBay invoice, and cal
Very nice find here. This machine and cabinet is in fantastic shape. Includes original owners manual Also has a little wooden can.This piece was purchased from a estate sale where it sat for a very long time. I would prefer local pick up but can dissemble and professionally package and ship but buyer pays all fees. Will ship from zip code 93101 The Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch machines are one of the most collected sewing machines of all time. Some say the sewing machine represents the finest piece of Victorian precision engineering in the sewing world. Their beautiful lines and superb stitching make them a collectors dream. Today every collector and enthusiast has at least one W&G in their collection. Sewing machine eye candy at its very best. Posted with
Puritan brand industrial chain stitch machine. Machine sews by punching a hole first and then stitching a chain stitch.15" post accommodates a boot. Uses a thread similar to a thin cotton twine. This machine used to sew soles on shoes. Has a pot for bees wax built into machine. Thread stand and a heavy duty machine stand. This is a workhorse machine with a 3 phase motor. Motor could be swapped out for a 110/ single phase motor by the buyer. Local pick up preferred but machine cam be crated for shipment. Shipment by motor carrier frieght can be calculated if you send us your zip code. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Used Sewing Machine Singer 302-201(2) Needle(4) Thread 1-1/4" Gauge or 1-1/2" Gauge Chain Stitch w/ Puller(good for Waistbands) Made in Japan. Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell. Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application.
Willcox&Gibbs single thread chain stitch sewing machine head. Paint and gold leaf in rough shape. Minor rust. Missing needle, needle clamp nut, and thread spool post. Machine is oiled and everything moves smoothly, although it has not been tested.
Offered for your consideration is this Antique Wilcox& Gibbs Sewing Machine serial number A523401 Chain Stitch Made In U.S.A. This particular machine was manufactured between 1900-1903.The Wilcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Machines are one of the most collected sewing machines of all time. Their sewing machines represent the finest piece of Victorian engineering in sewing in the world. Their beautiful lines and superb stitching make them a collectors dream. Sewing machine eye candy at its best. This is a beautiful machine to display as it is just unique. Overall this machine is in excellent condition for being over a century old. It still retains its original black finish and the gold stenciling is mostly intact with subtle loss and fading. This machine is very clean and free of rust. The hand wheel turns very easily and it is equipped with ... moreits needle. This machine features a neat adjustable numbered gauge that you can change the number of stitches per inch. This is one machine that will display just beautifully. A very nice addition to any collection. PLEASE READ THIS DISCLAIMER PRIOR TO BIDDING. IF YOU ARE AN HONEST BUYER PLEASE DO NOT FEEL OFFENDED BY THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMER. IF YOU ARE A SCAMMER. CON ARTIST, OR JUST PLAIN MEAN THEN I HOPE YOU ARE OFFENDED. DISCLAIMER: If you are a scammer of any kind. Please move along. If you have ever left a negative feedback or returned an item fraudulently, please move on. If you have any intention on returning an item before you purchase it or if you plan on trying to get a partial refund before you even bid on an item, please move along. I know this sounds crazy but there are a lot of scammers on ebay. Honestly if you are a seller it would be the best for both of us if you would just move on. It seems there has been an influx of sellers trying to buy items and reselling them on this site lately. Honestly, just because I start items at.99 whatever I get for an item is usually the maximum. If you are a seller and plan on asking for a partial refund just to increase
I am the 4th generation in my family to have used this lovely chain-stitch sewing machine for beautiful. Fine sewing. It comes with numerous attachments, needles, foot pedal& user’s manual& more. Having done some research, some of which was contacting Wilcox& Gibbs, I found that based on the serial number of this machine, it is estimated to have been manufactured in approximately 1909. It was originally sold as a hand turned machine and the motor is believed to have been added at a later date. I was able to get a copy of the User Manual from Wilcox and Gibbs, as well as an article about it from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. and a 10 page article on James A. Gibbs that appeared in the Virginia Cavalcade, all of which I will include. Condition: Used, but in very good condition for its age. It works fine, in fact, ... moreI did some sewing with it just this morning. The Wilcox and Gibbs gold lettering shows some wear, but is mostly in tact. The electrical cord for the foot pedal is taped with electrical tape in two places, but it works fine. US bidders only, please. Shipping& Signature Confirmation: Within the 48 states, figure $40.00 using USPS Parcel Post. Hawaii& Alaska bidders– ask for specific quote. Payment: Winning bidder must notify me within 3 days of close of auction as to when and how they are to pay. I will ship within 1 business day of receipt of payment, checks must clear buyer’s bank before shipping) PayPal preferred. Return Policy: After receiving item, contact seller within 14 days. Refund will be given after received and inspected& found in same condition in which it was sent to buyer. Buyer pays return shipping.
This Beautiful Vintage Willcox& Gibbs Sewing Machine is in good condition considering its age. The serial number(photo 9) A691431 dates it to around 1912. According to the formulas on the web site sewalot.com. The needle moves very smoothly when actuated with the fly wheel, I don't know how to sew, but everything seems to operate properly. The machine is all original, with the expected chips& skuffs, decals are in good condition with some voids. The cloth plate Is bright with very little flaws. The dimensions of the machine are approximately 10 1/2" X 6" X 9"H. This machine can be used in your cabinet or iron base. Or, it would also make a nice display item. I've included an unfinished round wood plaque to mount the machine on, if you wish to display it. A few drops of epoxy can be used to adhere the plaque ... moreto the machine base, the plaque is 6 3/4 diameter X 3/4" thick. I've also included a little oil can to keep the machine running smoothly. The oil can measures 1 7/8" diameter X 5"H. Please review the photos carefully. And if you would like additional views, I would be glad to email them to you, or if you have questions, don't hesitate to ask I only accept PayPal for payment. U.S. shipment only. Payment required with 3 business days. Shipment with 1 business day of cleared payment. Please have a look at my other associated items for auction.
The Willcox& Gibbs Chainstitch Model# 64 Automatic sewing machine in uniquely preserved cosmetic and mechanical condition. One of the marvels of sewing mechanisms with ALL W& G attachments. The Wilcox& Gibbs model 64 chain stitch sewing machine“is the stable mate of many collections around the world” While in 1856 the four“heavyweights” Singer. Wheeler& Wilson,Grover& Baker and Howe Sewing Machine Companies were trying to solve the problems of patent litigation and did not have a time to address the issue of an average family’s financial limitations and they almost overlooked the market demand for affordable family sewing machine. In 1855 after James E. Gibbs saw a simple illustration of a Grover& Baker machine it triggered the new idea: The rotating hook on the main shaft could enter into the loop formed by the friction ... morefrom the treaded needle going up through the fabric. Elongate it and hold expanded while the feed dog moved the fabric until the needle at the next needle bar down stroke goes through the previously formed loop, getting drawn through it and therefore to form a chain. Then in 1856 after actually witnessing a Singer model# 1 machine in action(patent#8394) Gibbs has come to the obvious conclusion that the machine was too heavy. Complicated, cumbersome and way too expensive. He has decided to create a less-expensive and simple type of sewing machine. James Gibbs and Charles Willcox has obtained a few patents( major one# 17.427 on June 2, 1857) and patented the Automatic tension and feed improvements. A few more patents for the method of removing the twists in the thread that caused so many missed stitches on the early models and also a patent for noise reduction on the feed. After that they have formed“Willcox& Gibbs SMC” and the first commercial chain stitch sewing machine has been patented and produced in 1857 and became a great success immediately! The W& G Automatic Elastic Chain stitch Noiseless nickel plated sewing machine Model 64 was sold for a half price of co
Description Offered is a little industrial Singer chain stitch sewing machine born in(1897) It is a model 24-7 or 24-5 with a serial# 14545293 and has been used in the Tucan Hat factory of Kingston NY as one of many chain stitch machines. It was moved from a Brooklin factory about 30 yrs. ago. This little machine head is being offered for parts. It is slated for caps and similar articles(for general stitching) Clearance under presser foot 1/4" Plain tension. 4-12 stitches to the inch, and Speed 2000 spm. It has a chrome table plate with chrome tarnish. It has a slotted foot. This machine could be operated by hand crank, treadle, or using a motor. There is both chrome and paint worn away from over 115 year of use. The serial# is engraved in the casting.The logo plate is slightly bent, and the model plate is missing as is the stitch length ... moreindicator plate but does not effect the use of the machine. It is missing its needle screw and presser foot screw. Has a broken rear thread tensioner and missing front thread guide. The thread length adjuster is working but missing the end of its handle. The rotating hook is fine. It does make stitches when I substituted parts off another machine. I have several other of these machines both single and double needle and do not need this one. I am selling it as is for parts with no garentees. The machines of this time were induvidually hand constructed. It has been recently cleaned and oiled, Pick-up is offered. Shipping cost will be actual shipping plus a $2.00 handling fee to cover Auctiva insurance. Shipping weight is 11 lbs. from zip 12538 Hyde Park. NY. International buyers take note. This can travel USPS Priority International but will not fit in a USPS Priority flat rate box. Please feel free to ask questions. Ask them early as I am not always present at the close of auction. I accept paypal. I will on occasion accept other forms of payment but you must contact me first for pre-approval. If payment is not received within five days. I reserve the right to re-list th
ITEM OFFERED AT A LOW"BUY IT NOW" PRICE For your consideration we are offering this antique Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch sewing machine serial# A332703. The last patent date stamped on table is 1894. This antique machine is in good condition. It appears to be complete and everything functional on machine. It could use some fine cleaning on the intricate moving parts. Sewing machine retains the majority of it's original finish. There is some minor oxidation spotting on the table. Wheel, and some of the other polished steel parts. Dimensions are 10 1/4" L. x 9" H. x 6" W. A nice collectible antique sewing machine. Satisfaction guaranteed. North River Trading Co. is a family owned and operated business. We are located in the mountains of"Wild& Wonderful" West Virginia. Overlooking the historic Shenandoah ... moreValley of Virginia. We are constantly searching for unique antique and collectible items for our ebay listings. Our main goal is customer satisfaction. We honestly represent and guarantee all items we sell. We invite you to read our numerous feedback comments from our many satisfied and valued customers. We promptly ship all items within 24 hours after receiving funds. All items are carefully packaged to ensure safe shipment. We always combine shipping costs, charging actual honest weight for all purchases. Please contact us concerning any questions. We do appreciate your business. Thank You! Check out my other items!
This Antique National Eldredge Chain Stitch Sewing Machine Head has been gently restored. What does gently restored mean? The overall objective is to preserve as much as the old tool or item with its lifetime patina as possible without the use of power tools. Metal is typically initially cleaned using mineral oil. Or a weak solution of washing soda and water and if necessary brief electrolysis to remove and or convert rust to black oxide. Whichever method is best, a scotch brite plastic cleaning pad is used with water so the underlying metal is not damaged. A heat gun is immediately used to blow dry and eliminate moisture which is followed by a hand rubbed coat of mineral oil. After letting the oil“soak in” for a day or so, the item is wiped cleaned then hand rub in bees wax to seal it. A weak solution of oil soap and water is used to remove ... moregrime, old oils and dirt from wood which is air or blowed dry with a heat gun. This is followed by a hand rub of“feed and wax" Normally all other materials are simply wiped clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth as appropriate. If the situation requires it, a soft brass bristle brush or“0000” steel wool is used occasionally. A couple of items should be noted. The first is this gentle process may not remove all rust or dirt, etc, as there is always a balance of limiting restoration to not affect patina. The second is that tools and items are not conditioned for use such as sharpening, tightening or replacement of parts. This is left up to the judgement of the new owner as there is a large range of utilization of older tools. Lastly, the item may have residual oil left in the cleaning process. This can be wiped off but the item may benefit from an additional application of clear oil to further enhance and stabilize the item for extended life. This is a hobby with the enjoyment of knowing these items might last generations with care. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Up for sale is this vintage singer sewing machine the research I done on this machine I believe it was made in the late 1800's please feel free to ask? I will help you in any way I can this machine is frozen up I didn't mess with it to much I figure if you want it for display you will clean it the way you like or if you want to restore it you don't want me tearing it apart please feel free to ask? and also checkout my other listings
Antique NATIONAL/ B. ELDREDGE Automatic Chain Stitch Sewing Machine- cir. 1890: Up for auction is beautiful Antique National Sewing Machine Company/ B. Eldredge Automatic Chain Stitch Sewing Machine. Nation merged with Eldredge in 1890 and this model displays both of the company's names- NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE COMPANY on the plate and B. ELDREDGE AUTOMATIC on the brass plate mounted on the base of the machine. I re-discovered this smaller sized cast iron sewing machine recently while out on one of my picking adventures here in New Hampshire and when I first saw the items I thought that it was a Willcox& Gibbs because of the almost identical size and design of the two early chain stitch models. This National/ Eldredge sewing machine is in its original(unrestored) condition. When I discovered this sewing machine. It was rather dusty ... morebut in otherwise very good condition. I've thoroughly dusted this machine using some light compressed air and I have wiped down the item using a clean, soft cloth to brighten up the metalwork but I have not taken apart the machine so there may be some additional detailing cleaning needed. It is obvious that this was a treasured item and one that has been gently used in times past. I have not found any physical damage to the sewing machine(cracks. Breaks or repairs) and the cast iron frame is in excellent condition. The only parts of the machine that have any pitting to it are the top of the tension knob and on the front and backside of the spool pin and these areas of'pitting' are extremely light but they are noticeable upon inspection so I wanted to make note of these spots. The needle bar and foot bar also have some light discoloration due to age but these bars are not rusted, pitted or corroded. When I manually turn the small wheel, the components of the machine operate cleanly, smoothly and as they should. The original black paint has retained a nice glossy shine to it and there are only very small areas of loss to the paint. The guilt decorative trim is clearly
Singer Model 30 This is a Singer model 30 sewing machine which was made at the Kilbowie. Scotland factory in 1913, so this year is its 100th birthday. It is a hand crank chain stitch machine and is quite hard to find as 15500 or less were made, and 5000 of those were shipped to Japan. It is larger than the model 20 toy sewing machine. But the head is just slightly smaller than the model 24 chain stitch. It is less than 12" wide, about 10" to the top of the spool pin and about 7-1/4" deep. Before being packed for shipping it weighs a little over 11 pounds, or about the same as a featherweight. One of the things I think is interesting is that when the presser foot is lifted it rotates out of the way. Making it easy to see your needle and fabric. Didn't some of the toy sewing machines do that? I think it is complete. It even ... morehas a seam guide. I oiled it and it runs pretty nice. A little bit jerky, like sewing on a toy machine, but not bad. It made a surprisingly nice stitch but I had to skip the thread guide that is below the front tension, it made the thread way too tight, I went from the front tension directly to the left tension and the stitch was decent. I'm sure if you play with it you can get it all figured out. I have never seen a manual for this model, but it isn't too hard to see where the thread should go. When I took it apart to see the serial number there were remains of a red rubber gasket in between the two parts. I took the pieces off since they were crumbling. You can see some red in the photo. A new gasket of some sort would be helpful in preventing the machine from moving on the base. Silly, but it is only secured with one screw, what did they think would happen? Condition: There is some loss to the decals and some chips to the paint. Most are on the base. Some of the paint on the base is a little bumpy. I don't think it is rust, maybe the paint was applied poorly? Please enlarge the pictures above to see more detail. The stitch plate looks like it might have been rus
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this industrial chainstitch hand crank embroidery machine[gros file] very good clean.I bye this machine on february on ebay from AUSTRALIA for my company but i am in need of money,that is wy i am selling it.so bid whit confidente if you know this can of machine as u see it.is like that,i dint use it since i bye it.i have more but i am selling only one for nown.thank you fill free to contact me o`7.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2B6mwimiu%3Eo%607-140eb5e975a-0xfe-
The worn parts have been replaced and this machine is freshly serviced. This sewing machine is quite simply in PERFECT working condition. I money back guarantee it! This auction is for the head only. Thank you for looking! Please see my other listings!
Guhl& Harbeck Sewing Machine This is a vintage sewing machine made by Guhl& Harbeck of Hamburg. Germany. It is their Original Express model. It is a hand crank machine that sews a chain stitch but it is currently missing the hook that forms the stitch. There are also some broken teeth in the hand wheel gears. But the handwheel still goes around and the needle goes up and down ok, just a little noisier than it should. The paint is poor, all the gold trim has been worn off and some bare metal shows through the existing japan black. It is missing the spring and nut for the tension on the top of the machine. It has lovely paw feet and despite its flaws will look great in a sewing machine collection or on a shelf in your sewing room. On the stitchplate is the Guhl& Harbeck logo which is intertwined letters G& H and the words"Original ... moreMaschine" It was missing the needle. I put in a Wilcox& Gibbs needle, I am not sure it is correct, but it fits. The machine i s 11-1/2" wide. Almost 10" tall, and under 7-1/2" deep. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Up for auction is a Pfaff sewing machine that was used in an industrial setting. It comes with a working stool. The motor on this machine is a 220v. But it operates on 3 phase current, and as is will not work on residential electricity. This is a chain stitch machine and is not set up for outer seams.
YOU ARE BIDDING ON A REALLY NICE OLD ANTIQUE UNION SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL CHAIN STITCHING SEWING MACHINE WITH A PULLER ON IT SOLD AS IS. MADE IN CHICAGO USA. TRADE MARK UNION SPECIAL. THIS UNION SPECIAL CHAINSTICHING SEWING MACHINE MOTOR IS IN WORKING CONDITION IT WILL NEED SOME TLC. THE MOTOR DOES RUN WHEN YOU PLUG IN THE POWER CORD IN THE WALL, THE MACHINE IS VERY OLD AS YOU CAN SEE I DO NOT KNOW THE AGE WE ARE SELLING IT AS IS! LOCAL PICK-UP ONLY! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*05e54c%3E-1418bd63d08-0x100-
This is a Willcox and Gibbs Automatic from before 1900. It is in good mechanical shape. Things turn freely here and the needle is present. Also included is the large wing nut and washer for mounting. The instructions are included but are so old that they are falling apart. Still nice to have a look at them. The spool holder is missing. This will be packed well in a large priority mailing box.
This is a Used Model Industrial Sewing Machine Union Special 56-200.Single needle chain stitch. Sold from surplus stock and may need additional cleaning. Machine is in nice shape and does have some cosmetic wear. Original paint. Auction is for Machine Head Only,No table motor included) PayPal is best for fast shipping. Shipping price for lower 48 states. Thanks for looking.
WILLCOX& GIBBS HAND CRANK CHAIN STITCH Many people say that the W&G is the most beautiful of all the Victorian sewing machine designs. Made in a perfect letter G after its inventor. This beauty is complete and working. I have also added a new belt as the old one is original. She make a superb stitch and has spare needles and needle spanner. Also she has original instructions and I have done a Youtube clip so that you can see her in action. I have a 100% feedback on eBay over 12 years and post worldwide so you can bid with absolute confidence. I have grown up in the sewing industry and have rarely come across such a superb W&G. Just look at that fantastic hand wheel! This beauty is guaranteed working and comes with my fully money back guarantee if you are not absolutely delighted. Do not miss this rare opportunity to own this stunning ... moremachine. I post worldwide with a seven-day delivery to America. Postage is $83 to USA and Canada £15 UK and takes five working days. A beauty like this only comes along once in a lifetime so good luck. What a great present. Even for yourself. You can reach me on my Sewalot site.
If you collect unique sewing machines then here is a treat for you. Made in 1907. This two needle chain stitch machine was meant to be used in manufacturing. It uses 24 x 1 needles which are still available. You can with a simple adjustment change the ruffling from just barely to very close and tight. Included with the machine is a large hemmer with what appears to be a slot on the underside for elastic. Not sure about that so if you have questions please let me know. I have never used this hemmer. The machine is dirty in places and will need to be cleaned. The paint is in good condition for its age and the fact that it is an industrial machine. There are a few chips and the black is faded somewhat as is evidenced by the bright black in the area underneath the hemmer. It turns smoothly and the ruffling device works well. If you are familiar ... moreat all with old Singer 24 class machines you know that this one is special. Study the photos carefully. And again if you have questions I will respond. I will be listing more machines in the coming days and weeks. So stay tuned. Thank You for looking. Payment is expected within three days. The machine will be packed well for safe transit to its new home. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
This is a beautiful antique Willcox& Gibbs sewing machine. The serial number is A699912. I don't know much about this machine. The needle moves up and down. There is no binding and everything on this moves freely. The original stencils and plating are in excellent condition. Instruction manuals and operating videos are easily found on the internet. A kind ebay member has told me this is not a hand crank model. It would have originally been treadle operated. On Oct-23-13 at 09:25:23 PDT. Seller added the following information: I will carefully package this for shipping WORLDWIDE
Antique WILLCOX& GIBBS Automatic Chain Stitch Sewing Machine- cir. 1910: Up for auction is an Antique Willcox& Gibbs Model 64 Chain Stitch Sewing Machine. This sewing machine has its early serial number A870620(the letter A is the prefix used for'automatic' which helps identify the year of manufacture for this particular unit. There are a couple of different formulas used to help identify the date of these W& G Sewing Machines and below is one that is widely accepted: Subtract 279638 from the serial number(870620) = 590982- Divide the sum from the above(590982) by 17500 = 33.77. Add 1877 to the first two numbers of the sum from step two(33) = 1910 Approximate Year of Manufacture This antique Willcox& Gibbs Sewing Machine is in its original found condition. The machine came from Traverse City MI. There are no cracks ... moreor breaks. No corrosive rust or other damage to it and when I manually turn the wheel, the components of the machine operate cleanly and smoothly. The sewing machine is overall quite clean but it would greatly benefit from a further. Detailing. The midnight black paint is in good condition with very little sign of crazing and almost no loss. The decorative stencilling is still present on some areas. Worn on other areas of this machine and is offered in an"as is" condition. The stich plate is free of any penetrating rust. Scratches, or dents. The machine has not oiled or serviced in any way Overall this Willcox& Gibbs machine will make a wonderful addition to any collection and it is a perfect item to display in the condition that it is currently in. Feel free to ask the seller if you have questions regarding this Sewing Machine. Thanks Measurements: Height: 8 3/4 inches(at the highest point) Length: 10 1/4 inches
Item Description. Antique NATIONAL B ELDREDGE Automatic Chain Stitch Sewing Machine circa 1890 Height: 8 3/4 inches(at the highest point) Length: 10 1/4 inches Width: 6 inches(widest point- the plate) Serial number on side is 31552. Sewing Machine is in good condition. With no crack, breaks or repairs. When you hand turn the wheel sewing machine works well. Comes with lots of extra parts. Also includes Antique Westinghouse AC Motor 110 Volts 60 Cycles& Cast iron wheel. Motor is in good shape. The original owner said that it worked well. But I have not tested it so you are buying it"as is" Cast iron wheel measures 14" in diameter. It is in good shape with no0 cracks or breaks. If you do not want the motor or the wheel please let me know and I will send you a new invoice with reduced shipping. To ship just the sewing machine ... moreit will be based on 12 lbs. Please scroll down and look at all pictures. No Reserve! Good Luck! We are happy to combine shipping on multiple auctions. We ship worldwide via USPS Priority Mail International. 7% Sales Tax charged on Florida orders. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. On Oct-23-13 at 05:11:12 PDT. Seller added the following information:
Up for auction is an antique Willcox& Gibbs chain stitching sewing machine model 64 and dates from 1893. The serial number is A444201 and has the original T-Bolt what attaches to the bottom of the sewing machine. The machine also comes with an accessory motor and light. These were used later with the machine and have the power cords cut on them. The machine had a small hole drilled on the backside where the light attached to the machine. Nothing major and no other modifications. The machine works as it should. Has some surface wear to the black enamel on the surface and to the gold lettering and decorations. Nickel plating is in very nice shape. No cracks. No dents, no broken pieces and overall in nice original shape for its age. Motor was made by Delco. Machine measures approx. 8 1/2" tall by 10 3/8" wide and weighs 9 pounds ... more1 ounce unpacked. Rare sewing machine is a must for any collector. Found at a recent 90 year estate and was stored away for years. The glare spots are from the lights reflection and NOT on the actual surface of the item. Good luck and feel free to email me with any questions. I will combine shipping on multiple wins and ship overseas. Tough item to find and is a must for any collector. See detailed photos of the item to see exactly what you are getting. Thank you for looking at my auctions.
This auction is for a wonderful old Willcox& Gibbs sewing machine with all the original parts and finish. According to the serial number. A 531954, the machine was manufactured between 1898 and 1903. The base has the original paint with the bronze accent still strongly visible. The paint on the sewing machine itself is good, considering this was the point of all activity and wear. The wood is good; there are no serious problems and only minor normal wear in the typical places. The machine functions but there is not a belt. The whole is equal to the sum of its parts. True for most things but apparently not for Willcox& Gibbs sewing machines. A comparable base alone often sells for well over $300; a comparable machine sells for over $250; and the wood and other components sell for over $100. However. It is well over 100 years old and ... moreI will not be the one to destroy it. A note on"pick up" 17555 is in Lancaster County. PA. I regularly travel the PA turnpike from Morgantown/Reading area west to New Stanton and on to Canonsburg in Washington County. It would be OK to make arrangements for pick up anywhere along that corridor. Payment is expected within three days of completion of the auction. Arrangements for pick up can be made before or afterward. Please ask any questions before bidding.
Sewing Machine Union Special 56300 Self-oiler. High Speed, ChainStitch, Machine head only on SALE for $800
AN AMAZING ANTIQUE/VICTORIAN WILLCOX AND GIBBS CHAIN STITCH SEWING MACHINE. BRASS BADGE ON BASE READS- WILLCOX AND GIBBS SEWING MACH. CO. NEW YORK. WILL SEW FROM 12-39 STITCHES TO THE INCH. TURN THE HANDLE AND ALL THE PARTS MOVE EFFORTLESSLY AND IS IN VERY GOOD CLEAN CONDITION. I HAVE THREADED UP AND TESTED IT SEWS BUT NEEDS THE FABRIC TO BE HELD FIRMLY AND EASED THROUGH SO I THINK NEEDS ATTENTION TO EITHER THE THREADING OR FEED DOGS. In 1855 James came across a picture. a woodcut) of a Grover& Baker machine in a newspaper. The Grover& Baker machine was being sold all across America and advertised regularly. He was transfixed by this new gadget that had the potential to change the world. Over the next few months in his spare time he tried to copy the construction of the machine working out how each piece must work. He did this with ... morehis carpentry tools, a penknife, chisel, a few farm tools and some wood and spare bits of metal. Because he had only seen the top half of the Grover& Baker sewing machine he had to imagine how the bottom would work. I first discovered that the needle was attached to the needle arm, and consequently could not pass entirely through the material, but must retreat through the same hole by which it had entered. From this I saw that it could not make a stitch similar to handwork, but must have some other mode of fastening the underside and, among other possible ideas of doing this, the chain stitch occurred to me. From this early attempt at a sewing machine his models went on to be one of the best-selling sewing machines of all time. The Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch machines are one of the most collected sewing machines of all time. I would think this sewing machine represents the finest piece of Victorian precision engineering in the sewing world-A GREAT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION AND A WONDERFUL PIECE TO DISPLAY. BASE MEASURES-13 X 8 1/2 INCHES. PLEASE ALSO VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS FOR SALE AND SAVE ON POSTAGE. OVERSEAS POSTAGE DOES VARY FROM COUNTRY TO COUNTRY SO PLEASE EMAIL IF
Kansai Special DLR-1503PTF 2 Needle Double Chain Stitch Industrial Sewing Machine. This is a walking foot with pulling wheel. Comes with table and motor. M achine needs service d. The machine is out of time. Local Pick-Up Only. Feel free t o ask any questions. Thanks For Looking
Up for auction is a notorious Union Special 43200G Hemming Machine. If you are looking at this machine. Then most likely you already know quite a bit about it, so I will not go into great detail regarding it's use other than it may be the most sought after piece of machinery for hemming the bottom legs of high end jeans. I do believe that this is a 2nd Gen Model that was painted black at sometime to look like the 1st Gen"Black" machines. So this would look fitting in a retail store that does custom hemming on high end denim. While it appears that most of the machine is all there I have not gotten a chance to have this serviced or adjusted. And as such it will be sold as is in"non-operating" condition. It does however turn over just fine, but I can tell the looper and needle bar are out of adjustment. All the main parts ... moreare included though including the folder, knee push, mounting plate and covers. Items that I assume may need to be addressed for a new owner would be the following: Full adjustment and timing of the machine, New Felt/Wool"wicks" for ensuring proper lubrication throughout the machine, New"Oil Cups" for holding oil in various parts of the machine(I think 4 will be needed) However if the machine is manually oiled and operated in a light manufacturing environment it may not be necessary to replace/install these. Misc screws and fasteners(mainly for attaching outer covers) A screw will need to be"easy outed" on the Needle Bar Guide Stud Plate(see in picture 6) for proper adjustments to be made as the screw head is broken/worn away This item is being sold as is. So there will be no returns accepted. So please let me know if you have any questions or require any further information before the auction ends.
Conditions: The sale is for the sewing machine head only. The machine may need parts or service to work properly. We don't have technicians on site nor operators. We are unable to test a machine. You are welcome to come to our warehouse and inspect the machine prior to make the purchase. DISCLAIMER: You are buying the pictured item. There are not extra accessories, parts or components included. Every item is sold as is, where is without any warranty. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the item before buying it. Buyer is responsible for all transportation charges. Paypal | Wire Transfer | Cash. Please contact a shipping company for freight quotes. Merchandise located at 90011. Forklift/ loading dock available. Commercial address. For small items we ship via FedEx ground. Customer responsible for all transportation charges. We help ... moreto load. Merchandise must be paid before removal. Buyer is responsible for the inspection of the merchandise prior to make any purchase. Equipment is sold as is where is. AJ Equipment is a company located in Los Angeles. CA with over 2 decades of experience in the general trading of heavy equipment. Please use the contact feature of eBay to get in contact with us or call us directly at: Tel: 1 563-289-7253. Our business hours are: Mon- Fri 8:00am- 4:00pm P.S.T.
PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE PHOTOS ONE HAS TO LOOK OUT FOR ENGINEERS. THEY BEGIN WITH SEWING MACHINES AND END UP WITH THE ATOMIC BOMB. ITEM DESCRIPTION: We purchased this impressive. Early Willcox& Gibbs sewing machine from the family of the original owner. Includes the original case, direction and instruction books& foot pedal. Serial no. A725836 with an 1894 USA patent date. The motor is made by Westinghouse. The mahogany case has bronze hardware including corner protectors. The machine is in excellent running condition; however, the pedal does not work but does not appear to be damaged. We are not familiar with how this sewing machine works. SELLING AS IS. The decals are in excellent shape. The machine came from a smoke free home. It weighs about 40 pounds in the case. We can assist you in getting a shipping quote if you are unable ... moreto pick up yourself. It is just too heavy for us to pack. Please note the following item specifics: OVERALL SIZE IN INCHES: Machine: 16 long x 6 wide 13 high. Case: 22 long x 13 high x 7 1/4 wide. YEAR: USA Patent Date 1894, OVERALL CONDITION(SEE SCALE BELOW) C7-Excellent, MATERIAL: Cast iron, MAKER: Willcox& Gibbs, CONDITION GRADING SCALE C10-New. Never used. C9-Mint C8-Near mint C7-Excellent C6-Very good C5-Good C4-Fair C3-Poor SHIPPING POLICY FOR ITEMS WE PACK AND SHIP We ship via Fedex(Federal Express) We will ship all items going to Hawaii& Alaska via the USPS. Even though not stated in shipping policy. We do not ship items via USPS weighing over 6 lbs unless they are international shipments or prior agreements. The shipping protection amount will be added after the auction ends, as the cost for coverage cannot be determined until we know what the winning bid is. FOR LOCAL PICK UP. PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU BID Acceptable types of payment for local pick up includes cash. Bank checks and other forms of paper money. Upon your request. We are able to supply telephone numbers and names of shippers if you are unable to pick up the item yourself. We charge a storage
Up for sale is an antique Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch sewing machine. This machine is unique in that it has the complete treadle system/metal base. I am also including a hand crank for the machine. The machine is in fair condition. Untested and we received an estimate for restoration/tune-up at a cost of approximately $170 from two different local restorers. Hopefully that gives you an idea as to what would be required to make the machine functional. Item is being sold as is. Actual item to be received pictured in this listing. The top measures approximately 17 inches deep by 32.5 inches wide. The overall apparatus is approximately 30.25 tall with the cover closed and to the start of the top measures 28.75 inches tall. I have tried to include detailed pictures below. Please let me know if you have any questions and I will do my best to ... moreanswer them. Payment accepted via paypal only. Local pickup is FREE. Zip code for local pickup is 91311(Chatsworth. CA) Item can also be delivered to within 35 miles of zip code 91311 for a fee of $100 or for $100 within the Las Vegas metro area. Please contact me for arrangements. Payment must be made before pickup.
Up For Sale Antique Sewing Machine Antique James Willcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Automatic Sewing Machine. Heavy Cast Iron. I believe from my research this is from late 1800's- Model A 359940. This item has not been tested but looks like it was kept well. Being sold as is. This item is very heavy so shipping will be a bit higher. NOTE: Any item sold over $200.00 will ship with Signature Confirmation Required. Unless prior arrangement is made and requested. Shipping& Other Information Combined shipping is offered at ONLY $1.00 more per item. I will ship internationally but it must go Priority to ensure tracking information. Non payers will be emailed roughly 6-7 days after auction end. If there is no response to my email- I will have no choice but to put a case thru with Ebay to recover my fees. If there is any issue with an item purchased ... morefrom me please email me before leaving feedback- I will do what ever is needed to ensure a happy customer. JG(OL) Check out my! Be sure to add me to your! By adding my eBay Store to your Favorites.
Scouring the Planet for Unusual and Unique Products Antique 1877 Willcox& Gibbs Adj. Chain Stitch Model 64 Sewing Machine#A292875 Description Antique Willcox& Gibbs model 64 chain stitch sewing machine with serial number A292875 which dates to 1877. The latest patent date on the machine is August 28th 1894. I don't understand the difference because the letter"A" for automatic tensioner machines was used after 1875 and the 1877 date fits into that range. This machine is in fine working order and spins easily with just your fingers. There are a few chips and some pitting commensurate with its age& use. It has its original brass W&G trademark plate. It measures 10 3/8" x 6" wide x 8 1/2" high. Secure shipping weight is 13 lbs. 8 oz. and with eBay calculated shipping your shipping cost will be calculated ... moreright to your door. I only input the weight and dimensions and eBay does the calculations. I don't set the price; eBay does. If you are an international buyer and want to know the shipping cost to your country go to the auction page. Look for"Shipping: Click on"See details" then choose your country from the drop down menu. Click on the"Get Rates" box. It's that easy. At Leapfrogge. I scour the planet to bring you fine antiques, collectibles, jewelry, art, Native American crafts, unusual, unique and hard-to-find items at reasonable prices. I offer great customer service, fast shipping and 1st class packaging. I've been selling on eBay since 1995 and I've just completed a new attention-grabbing store under this new name- Leapfrogge. I decided to consolidate my physical store, Etsy store and eBay store into one new, dynamic store. I always strive to offer low prices and the most affordable shipping possible. My pledge to you is to resolve any problems equitably and in a timely fashion. I'll always keep a line of communication open by responding to you quickly and courteously. Your satisfaction is my number one concern! PayPal is ou
Vintage Early 1859 Willcox& Gibbs Sewing Machine Co Chain Stitch Industrial Leather work Here you have a fantastic sewing machine One of the more rare early models based on serial number approx. 1859 Not tested.electrical cord is in not so great condition and needs replacement Cannot check the operation of the motor Cannot turn it by hand either.looks to need some oiling to get working parts loose again Being sold for display or for restoration needing work comes exactly as shown and sold as is no warranty Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your! You are buying this item as is. And as found and as pictured. Ask questions if you have concerns, as there are no refunds or returns. Descriptions are as I see them, and not responsible for omissions of details, as we are not experts at any of the items we sell. I am known for my ... moreattention to care when packaging We do not clean or refurbish any of our items due to the many differences of opinion on cleaning techniques INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Due to the complexity of international trade and shipping. Once the item is payed for and shipped, it has left my control. I cannot be responsible for delayed shipping. Or customs issues, nor any additional fees to secure your items once it has left my hands. I will provide tracking info if you select USPS express only. Thank you for understanding. I also combine shipping as well as reuse and recycle packaging materials to keep costs down and do my part to protect the environment. I also package things as I would appreciate to receive them.intact. Please reuse or donate your packing materials to someone who will gladly reuse them. Happy Bidding! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Hello. This auction is for a FISCHBEIN BAG CLOSER and counter balance. This seems to be a completely foreign object and concept to eBay for some reason. There are other bag closers for sale here. But I couldn't find any other Fischbein's, which used to be THE bag closer. They used to keep one of these on hand at the seed house for a back up when the main bag closer would break down, as I'm sure they still do all across the corn belt at seed houses everywhere. These are sweet little machines, and this one is no exception. It runs like, well, like a sewing machine! It is of course a single thread chain stitch, making the stitch like you find in a dog food bag, the kind that you can pull out by unthreading the last stitch and tugging on the end, unzipping the bag. I did find other bag closers(all made in China) here on eBay, but ... morewhat they failed to offer was the all important counter balance, which helps to support the machine while it's in use. While it is light weight(just under 12 pounds) you don't want to have to run it all day(or even half a day) without the counter balance. The one that comes with this machine works very well and has a feature that will hold the machine suspended all the way up when not in use, but still allow it's easy deployment without needing to pull down hard. This spring and cable device is designed well and works well. Also with this machine I include a package of needles, genuine Fischbein, with only a couple gone, so there are still over twenty needles in the pack, and you also get the spool of cotton string you see in the pictures. I have gone over the machine, oiled it, and sewed it off. It is working very nicely. I don't have a book for it, but it is a very straight forward machine, almost self explanitory. Keep it oiled, threaded like it is when you get it and avoid dropping it on the floor(which the counter balance also helps with) and you shouldn't have any trouble. Parts are still available for these fine functioning, made in the U.S.A. machines.
Untitled Document You are buying 6 needles in total. Size 3 The second picture is to show you from which box the needle comes(the box is NOT inlcuded in this auction) These needles have the patented groove down the entire length to fit into the W& G special needlebar. Posted with
Machine is in extremely good condition and works great. Have kept it well maintained. It is a double stitch machine and have upgraded into newer machines and need to make room. Also have 30 needles that I will include. The 4 thread spools pictured do not come with the machine. The table/motor and thread stand are included in the Purchase. Buyer pays Shipping. Thank you for looking.
Used Union special 56300 machine works as it should. If you just want the head $300 + $40 shipping! Unit will ship via freight carrier. Posted with.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf54%3E-14493efd4f6-0x10f-
listed is an early Antique/VTG Willcox And Gibbs Sewing Machine. Model 64- The small wheel connected to the connecting rod that is attached to The top arm that moves the needle bar up and down is operating smoothly. The stitch cam is in working condition a little stiff to operate my need a little oil, The foot bar and lifter that operate presser foot are good working order, the bar may need a little oil as well, The underneath looper to catch and twist the thread is operating and moves the way it should- A nice piece to add to your collection or to use- Serial number: A672262- Dating the Willcox using method A: 1899 when I used method B: 1922 was the date- The hole dating method is a little confusing- A nice piece to add to your shop or home decor- please feel free to email us with any questions thank you. Ships fully Insured Check out my!
=0 A SINGER 24-50 CHAINSTITCH SEWING MACHINE NICE MACHINE SERVICED READY TO SEW SINGER 24-50 CHAINSTITCH SEWING MACHINE SERIAL# G8740512 BORN DATE- MAY 13TH 1921 ONLY 1000 MADE THIS RUN SERVICED BY PROFESSIONAL THIS IS A VERY NICE MACHINE HAS SOME BLEMISHES IS A USED MACHINE STILL HAS A BEAUTIFUL SHINE. ATTACHED A 7/16 PIECE OF PLYWOOD TO BOTTOM SO THAT I WAS ABLE TO ATTACH THE MOTOR CONTROLLER ALSO PUT NEW CUSHIONS ON BOTTOM COMES WITH ATTACHMENT TO GET YOU SEWING I HAVE PERSONALLY SERVICED THIS MACHINE I HAVE SEWED IT OUT AND IT SEWS A GREAT STITCH IT IS A STRONG RUNNING MACHINE I STAND BEHIND ALL MY WORK WHEN I SAY THIS MACHINE SEWS A GREAT STITCH AND RUNS STRONG IT DOES JUST THAT. I HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR OVER 10 YEARS AND HAVE BUILT MY BUSINESS ON TRUST AND IF YOU READ MY FEEDBACK AND GO TO MY WEBSITE YOU WILL SEE I HAVE PUT A LOT ... moreOF WORK INTO BUILDING MY BUSINESS AND TIME INTO MY WEBSITES TO MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU TO GET AROUND IN. I AM ALWAYS LOOKING FOR ADVISE FROM YOU TO HELP ME MAKE IT A BETTER EXPERIENCE FOR YOU. WHEN YOU BUY FROM ME THERE IS NO NEED TO TAKE TO A REPAIRMAN OR TO LOOK FOR PARTS JUST TAKE OUT OF THE BOX AND START SEWING. I AM HERE TO HELP! BEFORE& AFTER THE SALE. ATTACHMENT BOX W/ATTACHMENTS RUFFLER MATERIAL GUIDE W/ THUMB SCREW TUCKER ORIGINAL POWER CORD INSTRUCTIONS 5 NEEDLES KNEE BAR TEST CLOTH CASE W/ 1 KEY TELLS NAME OF PARTS OIL SPOTS THREAD MACHINE OPERATION OF MACINE SEWS A GREAT STITCH I HAVE TAKEN A LOT OF PICTURES YOU CAN SEE ALL SIDES A VERY NICE 24-50 SHES A BEAUTY! Great old machine SERVICED LOTS OF PICTURES A GREAT TIME TO GET A PIECE OF HISTORY! CASE IS IN GOOD SHAPE HAS A SMALL HOLE AT TOP I ADDED A 7/16 INCH PLYWOOD ON BOTTOM SO THAT I WAS ABLE TO ATTACH THE MOTOR CONTROLLER AND ADDED RUBBER CUSHIONS FOR FEET SINGER 24-50 CHAINSTITCH SEWING MACHINE SERIAL# G8740512 BORN DATE- MAY 13TH 1921 ONLY 1000 MADE THIS RUN SERVICED BY PROFESSIONAL THIS IS A VERY NICE MACHINE HAS SOME BLEMISHES IS A USED MACHINE STILL HAS A BEAUTIFUL SHINE. COMES WITH ATTACHMENT TO GE
Untitled Document Cover stitch. 2 needles, chain stitch, 3 threads, cylinder bed, just the head We offering at only $698 This auction is for the head only No Motor. No table. If you want to add table and motor(add $300) plus extra shipping fee depending on your destination" height="600" width="800" You will receive the machine in perfect condition as we pack it in double box. With many layers of cardboard at the bottom, foam, plastic wrap to protected from the enviroment Your Satisfaction is Warranty Shipping information We send our machines by Canada Post/USPS We only ship to US and Canada, Delivery time is 6 to 12 business days(tracking number will be provided) Insurance is included We don't ship to Hawaii(Alaska and Puerto Rico customers contact us before biding)
Here is one for the collectors out there who want to add a genuine cast-iron Victorian miniature sewing machine to their stash. It’s a rarely-found Muller 8 chain-stitch model from around 1895. Sometimes offered in England under the name Popular. It’s the largest of the Muller range. Just short of 11-inches high x 7 ½ wide(excluding handle) x 5 inches front to back. Machine sits on a mahogany base. A good amount of floral decoration remaining. But this isn’t bright. A seam guide and original screw are fitted on the stitch pate. Guaranteed totally original with no replaced parts. Please give the large pictures time to load. It will certainly be worth the wait. Shipping information– please read before bidding This is a heavy cast-iron machine. So shipping costs from the UK are a consideration, but we charge only the actual fee, no extra ... morefor packing, etc. We use FedEx or similar for speed and safety. Shipping costs vary from country to country. But will be $75 to the USA and Canada; $95 to Australia; $18 within the UK and $40 to many. But not all Western European countries. Other countries, including some in Europe, may vary so please email me for a quote. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Singer Class 25-1 Chain stitch cylinder bed antique sewing machine This Singer class 25-1 Chain stitch sewing machine SN# G625478 has been manufactured at Singer's Elizabethport NJ plant in August 1910. This cylinder bed 1 5/16" diameter with 5"space at right of the needle. Rotating hook,automatic tension adjustable for tight& loose stitches, with adjustment lever to produce stitches length from 8 to 30 SPI( stitches per inch) speed of 2500 SPM. Being the perfect fit for the niche market. Yet It could be used for very wide varieties of operations- from forming& stitching picot edging on lace curtains,millinery goods, imitation spoke stitching, ruffling, tucking, gathering, plating, umbrella seaming, hats and silk ties manufacturing, etc. This very petite but extremely robust sewing machine has been built to the highest ... moreengineering and manufacturing standards of that time and now, 104 years later still functioning perfectly and producing the perfect stitch.Those Early machines a very hard to find, specially complete with cast iron base. This particular model is the modification of Singer 24-1 model that has been patented on April 13 1886 and introduced in 1897 as the Singer's answer to famous Willcox& Gibbs# 64 chain stitch machine that truly dominated the chain stitch sewing machine market since 1870. Those Singer were the only sewing machines in the whole sewing machines history that has been advertised in 4 entirely different categories- as the toy machine.Small travelling machine, family machine and industrial machine. The Singer SMC over the years had over 70 different but very minor variations of this class 24 machine- from 24K-1 to 24-80. This machine is very simple in construction and practically silent in operation and has a single rotating hook similar to W&G# 64 that forms the stitch type invented by James Gibbs(W&G) when he was 24. It remains a question why this model has been designated# 24 and short needles to be used with it# 24-1. This particular cylinder bed m
Boye new old stock sewing machine needles for Willcox and Gibbs Automatic chain stitch. 20 written in pencil on cap.
New England type Antique chain stitch sewing machine.1863-1865 It is really hard to determine the manufacturer's name. The small. Hand-turned, sewing machines were manufactured by at least six companies and possibly more. The listed below Sewing machine companies has been producing the very similarly looking chain stitch machines based on Charles Raymond reciprocating hook patent of July 30 1861. This particular date is found on all machines later manufactured by the inventor himself by Nettleton& Raymond in Brattellboro VT(1859-1866) In 1858 Nettleton and Raymond had moved from Bristol. Connecticut. To Brattleboro. Vermont. Also in Brattleboro at this time were Thomas H. White and Samuel Barker. Who were manufacturing a small machine called the" Brattleboro" White left Vermont in 1862 and went to Orange Massachusetts where ... morein partnership with William Grout he also began to manufacture New England type machines. Those were basically the same as the Raymond machines. After a short time. Grout left the partnership with White and moved to Winchendon Mass, where he continued to make New England machines for about one more year. In 1865. J.G.Folsom of Winchendon Mass began manufacturing his Globe machine. There is no record that New England machines were manufactured after 1865. The names of those machines were"Common sense" Family" even such name as" Improved Common sense" in 1870. That machine is so similar to the New England machines in its feeding, threading, loop forming reciprocating hook mechanism and in general design that it is sometimes mistaken for the earlier New England machines. The"Improved Common Sense" was two inches larger than the England machines and appears that those 2" allowed to make a claim that"Common sense" actually get improved. Well. We could only wish that it would be working in the real life. The Empire Sewing machine Company(later Remington Empire SMC) in S.Somers NY also produced a machine of this particular style but
Singer Class 24-52 Chain stitch antique sewing machine This Singer class 24-52 Chain stitch sewing machine SN# G8251328 has been manufactured at Singer's Elizabethport NJ plant on August 5 1920. That was Singer's answer to the famous Willcox& Gibbs# 64 chain stitch machine that simply dominated the chain stitch sewing machine market since middle 1870th. The Singer Class 24 was the only example in the history of sewing machines that has been advertised in 4 entirely different categories- as the toy machine. Small travelling machine, family machine and industrial machine. And it has been used for the operations of stitching the silk ties and in manufacturing of hats a lot! The Singer SMC over the years had over 70 different(some very minor)variations of this Class 24 machine- from 24K-1 to 24-80. This machine is very simple in construction ... moreand practically silent in operation and has a single rotating looper similar to W& G# 64 that forms the stitch type invented by James E.A. Gibbs(patent on Aug 10 1858) when he was 24. It remains a question why this Singer model has been designated# 24 and short needles to be used with it as# 24-1. This particular machine has the small bronze plate attached to the front below the Singer badge- Rebuilt by Osann Corporation" the manufacturer of sewing machines in NYC. It is indeed makes it a fairly rear model- Osann Singer" and the badge most likely has been attached to machine's body in between 1934-1938. Here is a little necessary history in order to understand a relationship in between Osann and Singer SMC: The Standard SMC( Teller Mnf Co before 1884) has had the license from Frederick Osann SMC to produce"Sewhandy" TSM based on the patent# 1916.860 of R.K.Hoffmann. Who approached F.Osann SMC with the desire to begin a process of manufacturing the machine based on his patent. The Standard SMC assets has been taken over by major stockholder-Frederick Osann Co. Then. F.Osann Co has been sold out to Singer SMC in 1934. Singer has been keeping
This rare sewing machine is a Singer model 24 with the serial number G4721460. Which puts its manufacture date at June 21, 1912. That makes it over 100 years old. It was made in Elizabeth City, New Jersey and probably used in hat making. It is made mostly of iron(weighs close to 10 lbs. and measures about 6"D x 10.5"L x 9.5"H. The Singer 24 is a chain stitch sewing machine. Because of its great popularity. Singer made many versions of this model. They were mostly intended for industrial use, but were also used in homes and sometimes even as a child's toy. This rare small Singer is an important part of history(manufactured and used over a century ago) It comes from my personal collection. Which I am downsizing. It has looked great in my displays over the years. This machine does not sew and is sold"as is. It is missing ... moresome parts and the wheel and other parts do not move. It has dents and wear and a crack in the wheel that was put back together. So it offers a lot of character. Please READ the entire Description. I describe items to the best of my ability. LOOK carefully at any photos as they are part of the description. Items sold AS IS. Please pay with PayPal within 2 days of purchase. If you have questions. I will be happy to answer them. This item comes from a smoke-free home. I do not ship internationally. Thank you for looking and I invite you to look at the other items I am selling.
Untitled Document ANTIQUE SINGER 24-7 CHAIN-STITCH Built in 1912 This machine was used to make hats Measures about 6" x 11" x 13" The feeddog on the machine is missing I don't know the condition of this machine as I was not able to test it" height="600" width="800" You will receive the machine in perfect condition as we pack it in double box. With many layers of cardboard at the bottom, foam, plastic wrap to protected from the enviroment Your Satisfaction is Warranty Shipping information We send our machines by Canada Post/USPS We only ship to US and Canada, Delivery time is 6 to 12 business days(tracking number will be provided) Insurance is included We don't ship to Hawaii(Alaska and Puerto Rico customers contact us before biding) 336.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2B%3E336-1450a840748-0x10b-
This is a mint condition singer 300 U 205 that has barley been used. A double needle chain stitch that can sew canvas. Denim, leather and heavy fabrics. It is rare to find one this clean and ready to go. This is for the head only there is no table or motor. Shipping can be arranged by the buyer.
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Willcox& Gibbs Chainstitch Model# 64, Automatic sewing machine in uniquely preserved cosmetic condition.hand crank.Cast iron treadle, attachments, 1899. The Wilcox& Gibbs model 64 chain stitch sewing machine“is the stable mate of many a collections around the world” In 1856 the four“heavyweights” Singer. Wheeler& Wilson, Grover& Baker and Howe Sewing Machine Companies were trying to solve the problems of patent litigation and did not have a time to address the issue of an average family’s financial limitations and almost overlooked the market demand for affordable family sewing machine. In 1855 after James E.Gibbs saw a simple illustration of a Grover& Baker machine it triggered the new idea. The rotating hook on the main shaft could enter into the loop formed by the friction from the threaded needle going up through the ... morefabric. Elongate it and hold expanded while the feed dog moved the fabric until the needle at the next needle bar down stroke goes through the previously formed loop, getting drawn through it and therefore to form a chain. Then in 1856 after actually witnessing a Singer model# 1 machine in action Gibbs has come to the obvious conclusion that the machine was too heavy. Cumbersome, overly complicated and. too expensive. He has decided to create a less-expensive and simple type of sewing machine. James Gibbs and Charles Willcox has obtained a few patents( major one#17.427 on June 2,1857) and patented the Automatic tension and feed improvements. A few more patents for the method of removing the twists in thread that caused so many missed stitches on the early models and also a patent for noise reduction on the feed. After that they have formed“Willcox& Gibbs SMC” and the first commercial chain stitch sewing machine has been patented and produced in 1857 and became a great success immediately! It was the First sewing machine ever made with the completely interchangeable parts and units. This and the important fact that the manufacturer and design contributor has been Brown&
Like New! Jack large bobbin double needle chain stitch in"Like New" condition! Model JK-058450D-405. We recently purchased 13 industrial machines. So if you are interested in more equipment please check our other listings! Pick up only. There's a loading zone out front and an elevator that's big enough(we are only on the second floor)
4 lb. more packaging) Willcox& Gibbs Chain Stitch Hand Crank Sewing Machine 1881 or 1882 Vintage Hidden Treasures is pleased to offer for your consideration this vintage Willcox& Gibbs chain stitch hand crank sewing machine. These were manufactured in Providence. RI, it has not been restored. The serial number is A350827. With the help of the website Sewalot.com we have dated the machine to 1881 or 1882; he has great information about these machines on this site. The sewing platform is nickel plated and needs some attention. Please see all photographs for condition. There are no attachments or manual. The wheel and needles move freely. Machine is being sold as is. Please look at all photographs& contact us with any questions before bidding. A wonderful piece of Americana! Wt: 11 lbs. Condition: Used. Needs maintenance. Measurements: ... more10 1/2" by 9" by 6" Weight: 11 lbs. Please use shipping calculator for international shipments. Please note that our minimum shipping service is Priority International. We must have full tracking capabilities on international packages above $20(except for Canada) We offer free insurance for packages over $400. Insurance does not cover international shipments to: Abkhazia. Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola(including Cabinda) Bangladesh, Barbados, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cabinda, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chechnia, Congo, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea- Bissau, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, truck/rail shipments to and within Mexico other than as a connecting conveyance, Moldova, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Papua/New Guinea, Paraguay, Qatar, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Venezuela, and Yemen. Any location that would be in violation of a
Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE! | | A.F.Johnson 1867-1869"Gold Medal 2" antique sewing machine. Chain stitch model, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album I've recently acquired an estate lot of antique sewing machines. I know nothing about them but have finally identified this one-please see my list today for some other unusual antique sewing machines. A.F.Johnson 1867-1869"Gold Medal 2" antique sewing machine. Chain stitch model. This round form is less common than the octagonal one. Johnson Clark& Co. of Orange, Massachusetts, are attributed as the original manufacturers of this model. Circa 1870. Condition seems to be very good. With everything in place& working. ... moreThere is some surface rust on the metal plate, otherwise damage is at a minimum, due to normal use& wear. CLEANING OUT SOME OF MY COLLECTIONS OF COOL JUNQUE. YOUR"Go-to place" for fresh picked antiques& collectables weekly. I run around every week finding exciting& interesting things for you- I am committed to the AUCTION format. Everything is for sale to the HIGHEST BIDDER CHECK OUT MY OTHER EBAY AUCTIONS~SAVE ON SHIPPING! We offer a comprehensive selection of interesting& unusual antiques& collectibles! 28 years in the antique business. Rarely a reserve. Most items are"Estate Fresh" PLEASE NOTE: We deal in a wide variety of antique& collectible merchandise. We are sometimes less knowledgeable about the items that we are selling than our customers are. To help correctly identify the items in an auction. We welcome input from collectors and we will include a description of any markings on an item that appear to be meaningful. We will describe any specific defects that we have found. PLEASE ALSO NOTE! This item has not been cleaned by us& is sold"as-is" with no guarantee of any kind. If you are allergic. Sensitive or
You are bidding on a beautiful Bernina 1300MDC Serger which offers 24 variations of Overlock. Chain Stitch, Cover Stitch, Flatlock and Rolled Hem. The LCD Screen displays all important stitch parameters at a glance so the personal settings and default values of your stitches are always available. The LCD screen helps you determine the correct thread tension and your individual settings can be stored for future use. With the MTC(Micro Thread Control) you can easily adjust the over the edge thread length to accommodate changes in fabric or stitch. The handwheel position indicator shows the ideal threading position for the needles and lower looper making re-threading the machine a breeze. This serger comes from a smoke free and pet free home and I am the original owner. It is nearly new condition with no scratches or scuffs. All standard accessories ... moreare included. Payment via paypal expected within three business days. Ships to lower 48 states only.
Singer Chain Stitch Throat Plate Sewing Machine Attachment 171238 Singer Sewing Machine Attachment Chain Stitch Throat Plate as shown in pic. Part#171238 In good used condition see pics. From a smoke free home. Shipping is USPS Mail I do combine shipping to save. Payment accepted by paypal. Payment due in full within 5 days of auction end.No echecks please. All items shipped.No returns