Here are three treasures just waiting to be sold at next Fridays sale.
Opening up the lid on the black box, I discovered a sewing machine inside.
Tattered and falling apart was the original instruction manual.
A Hoyt's machine oil bottle was tucked inside the sewing box.
What fun to find it hiding inside the black case, and it is in excellent condition.
The next case had a damaged bottom but held a machine that had fabulous detailing on it.
The medal on the front reads, The Singer Manfg. Co.- A Century of Progress 1933.
This sewing machine came inside a sewing table and is pretty unattractive. I have never seen this brand name before and the matte brown finish is very different from the Singer machines.
This machine uses a knee press, while the Singers have a foot pedal.
Boxes and boxes of smalls are stacked inside the garage waiting to be unpacked. I can't wait to see what items will be unveiled.