These beautiful pieces of sewing history are popular with antiques collectors and sewing enthusiasts alike.
Because of the many technological changes Singer introduced over the years, examining the serial number on any Singer will reveal the time period in which the machine was produced.
Since the first machines were produced in the 1950s, thousands were sold to eager consumers.
Singer sewing machines have the history, we have the knowledge.
It is impossible to compare Singer machines from the past to modern machines we offer today. Quality, Reliability and from our older team members, the Singer sewing machine has become even better value.
It was the first rigid-arm model and included a table to support the cloth.
A vertical presser foot kept the cloth in place during the upstroke of the needle. This machine had a lockstitch and an adjustable feed.
The Featherweight, model 221, was introduced at the Chicago World's Fair.
This beautiful machine was black with a scrollwork faceplate and gold decals.
It included a chrome-rimmed handwheel and a stitch regulator plate.
If you can find one in its original case and with the accessories, it will be worth more than just the machine. These are considered by many collectors to be the best machines that Singer ever produced.
Most importantly, the machine was the first to have a foot pedal instead of a hand crank. It was black with a gold scroll design on the machine.