The machines sewed seams smoothly, with little vibration The Singer Blackside was manufactured during the years of World War II.It was called Blackside because all of the parts, including the cover over the light bulb, were painted black. This machine could produce 4,000 stitches in 60 seconds.As the leader of the sewing machine industry, the Singer Company introduced the first practical sewing machine powered by an electrical motor in 1889.
Depending on the model and condition, Singer sewing machine values can vary dramatically from about $50 to upwards of $500.
Some of the best sources for finding a vintage Singer machine include the following: Many of even the oldest Singer sewing machines are still in use because they were made to last.
The Featherweight, model 221, was introduced at the Chicago World's Fair.
This beautiful machine was black with a scrollwork faceplate and gold decals.
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