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EK 634306
Made: 1955
Condition:
7+



Price $750
including next-day
FedEx shipping

This machine rates only a 7+ on my condition chart because of considerable wear to the front decal to the right of the needle.
This, of course, suggests that the machine has had considerable use. But if so, the owner was certainly sure to have had it regularly serviced, for I can find no trace of mechanical wear anywhere.
It’s a chance for a 222 and all its attributes at a considerable cost saving.
Please be assured that this machine will receive the same exhaustive workshop treatment as more-cosmetically-perfect models.
Good solid, strong, original box with zero odor.

Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.

Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on August 16, 1955
Code: F10

 EK 630647 
Made: 1955
Condition: 8+



Price $900
including next-day
FedEx shipping
Looking for a good 222 fully-guaranteed and in perfect-sewing condition?
Check no further.
This machine has some small cosmetic flaws: the front decal has some thinning and there are perhaps more than the usual number of light pin marks on the base.
But for the practical seamstress it’s all good news, as the machine shows every sign of having been regularly serviced and now sews like a champion.
Like all my 222 machines, this will be supplied with a re-built motor to Singer’s original American 110-volt specification - so no messing about with clumsy, heavy, voltage converters.
Original box is in equally fine condition, although the small tin accessory tray has gone walkabout.

Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.
Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on August 16, 1955
Code: F2
 EK 324957
Made: 1955
Condition: 9-



Price $1100
including next-day
FedEx shipping

There's just the lightest of fading to a small section of the decal on the extension table on this fine freearm machine so I've added a minus to its 9-condition status and adjusted the price accordingly.
Please don't get me wrong. This is a superb-looking machine with a minimum of light marks to the bed and would be the envy of all at class.
Of course, we have the correct graduated stitch plate.
And, as with all my freearm models, a totally re-built 110-volt motor ready to plug in and sew in the USA.
Original box is in equally fine condition.
Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.
Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on March 14, 1955
Code: F16

EJ 616971
Made: 1954
Condition: 8



Price $800
including next-day
FedEx shipping

A superbly sewing Freearm Featherweight with a couple of small cosmetic issues, which has brought condition rating down and also the price, of course.
There is wear on the front decal and some light foxing to the protective lacquer at the top of the arm and on the lamp housing – probably the result of it sitting at a window during very hot weather.
Everything is totally original except that I have had to replace the bed-locking screw with a modern replacement.
The machine sews beautifully and has every indication of having been regularly serviced and carefully used.
Like all 222s, this has Singer’s graduated stitch plate and the remarkable slide-off bed revealing the Freearm feature.
Original box is in equally fine condition.

Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.
Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on March 31, 1954
Code: F6

 EJ 914220  
Made: 1954
Condition: 9-



Price $1100
including next-day
FedEx shipping
I’ve added the minus to this machine’s condition rating because of light thinning of just one line of the front decal.
Chrome on this machine is perfect and the paint has just those inevitable light marks to the base, none of which extends through into the paintwork itself and only affect the outer protective lacquer.
As with all my 222 Freearm machines, this one will come with a totally re-built 110-volt motor ready to plug in and sew. No clumsy, heavy, add-on converters necessary
.
Original box is in equally fine condition.
Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.
Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on September 10, 1954
Code: F8

 EJ 618032   
Made: 1954

Condition: 9+



Price $1500
including next-day
FedEx shipping

It's a rare occurrence but, yes, I can give this machine a coveted 9+ condition rating.
That means we have totally complete decals, superb paintwork with an absolute minimum of any marking indicating previous use and chrome as bright as the day it left the factory. If you're looking for perfection, this is pretty well as close as you can get.
As with all my 222 Freearm machines, this one will come with a totally re-built 110-volt motor ready to plug in and sew. No clumsy, heavy, add-on converters necessary.
Don't worry, that ugly dealer sticker will be painlessly removed durig tha machine's workshop time.
Original box is in equally fine condition.
Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.
Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
.
Singer's records show that this machine was produced on March 31, 1954
Code: F15

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