Antique Singer Treadle Sewing Machine Cabinet table c. 1916 MODEL 66 sn 4936179
In 1851 by Isaac Merritt Singer with New York lawyer Edward Clark. Best known for its sewing machines, it was renamed Singer Manufacturing Company in 1865, then The Singer Company in 1963. It is based in La Vergne, Tennessee, near Nashville. Its first large factory for mass production was built in Elizabeth, New Jersey, in 1863. ANTIQUE 1916 SINGER TREADLE SEWING MACHINE/CABINET MODEL 66. In the First World War, sewing machine production gave way to munitions. Due to this very few were made from this time period making this particular make and model exceptionally rare. The Singer sewing machine was the first complex standardized technology to be mass marketed. Singer's marketing emphasized the role of women and their relationship to the home, evoking ideals of virtue, modesty, and diligence. The Serial number for this sewing machine is 4936179. Please provide a physical address. If this was not achieved or you have any complaints, suggestions, or thoughts please let us know as soon as possible! It will be our pleasure to exceed your expectations. The item "Antique Singer Treadle Sewing Machine Cabinet table c. 1916 MODEL 66 sn 4936179" is in sale since Saturday, December 30, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Sewing (Pre-1930)\Sewing Machines". The seller is "sellours" and is located in Wetumpka, Alabama.
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- Maker: Singer
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Featured Refinements: Singer Treadle Sewing Machine
- Year: 1916
- Model: Model 66
- Material: Cast Iron, Wood
- Volts: 115 AC/DC
- Patent No.: 2032084
- Manufactured: Racine, Wisconsin
- Made in: USA
- serial number: 4936179