Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine
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Singer 99K Hand Crank Sewing Machine

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Hand crank Singer 99k vintage rotary hook sewing machine in excellent working and cosmetic condition. The Singer class 99 sewing machine was introduced in 1911 as a response to the growing demand for a lighter more portable domestic sewing machine that did not need to be used in a special table. In 1911 it had a list price in the U.K. of £6-10s-0d, although this was reduced to £5-4s-0d for cash purchases. The 99 was a 3/4 size version of the established full size class 66. It used an identical mechanism and many of the same parts other than the basic body casting. The 99K stayed in production until around 1958. The Singer 99 was a sturdy and reliable machine that was easy to use. It became very popular with occasional home users because at 22lbs (10kg), it was more manageable than 'full size' machines and it came in a storage case. The 99 will sew most fabrics from fine delicates to denim or leather and will handle any normal household sewing task with ease. The machines have adjustable tension and stitch length controls. Comes with original bentwood case and key, 2 spare bobbins, needles and thread. Everything needed to get started. A range of attachements are available for sale separately if required. I've given the machine a degrease, clean and oil, have tested it and found it to be stitching well everything to be working as it should. F7652167 - Made in 1930 in Scotland