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Is this a treadle or an electric Model?
Would U like the serial #?
Hi, yes please thanks
It has: Rams head drawers, all the extra foots & the instruction book w/it. UNIQUE is on the actual machine & Davis Sewing Machine Co. is stamped in the book to contact for parts.
In 1897, the Sears Roebuck Company introduced a number of new models including another vibrating shuttle machine badged as the 'ACME' and manufactured by The Free Sewing Machine Company of Rockford, Illinois.
1899 saw the introduction of a vibrating shuttle sewing machine made by The Davis Sewing Machine Company of Dayton, Ohio. With a few exceptions, Davis would become the sole supplier of sewing machines to Sears until about 1912. It is during this time period that we have many of the Minnesota brand machines including the Models A, B, C, D, and K to name a few.
Your sewing machine dates to the early 1900’s and I would estimate in good working condition at auction would bring in my opinion $200-$300.
It works, although the belt is broken.
A few yrs ago, I was offered $400. for it.
Well in this economy in my opinion I would still say $200- $300 and it needs to be cleaned up and working . You can get a rubber O ring from the cheapest auto parts store to fit it just take a string to measure it an buy it one inch shorter to stretch around the wheels.If you still have the belt then take it in to them good luck in getting it running it has been nice chatting with you.
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Robert S. this is a beautiful vintage heavy cut glass