Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine

Singer 28K Hand Crank Sewing Machine

Regular price
£210.00
Sale price
£210.00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

Hand crank Singer 28k vintage vibrating shuttle sewing machine in excellent working condition and good cosmetic condition. The Singer 28k is a very sturdy and reliable machine. It can sew most materials from leather to fine delicates. It has adjustable tension and stitch length control. The 28K is a 3/4 size version of the 27K and an earlier version of the 128K. Comes with original crocodile effect skin case, 2 spare bobbins, thread and a needle pack. Everything required to get yourself going! Full range of attachments available separately if required, free p&p if purchased with a machine. I've given the machine a light degrease, clean and oil, have tested it and found it to be stitching well everything to be working perfectly as it should. the small compartment is however missing its lid. R807606 - Made in 1910 in Scotland