Question by  ryan0731 (17)

How do I find out what the value of my Singer Sewing Machine is?


Answer by  phacat (31)

You can do a google search. Type in the words "value of singer sewing machine". Several websites will be listed. Check each site for value information. If the machine is considered antique, an antique dealer would be able to give you an estimate. Check in stores selling similar machines.


Answer by  worker4984 (29)

Look on e-bay for the same type machine they usually have close to the going price for anything. You might also look to see what they are selling for on craigslist. You might also go to a sewing machine dealer in your area and ask what they thought it would be worth.


Answer by  hah35 (109)

Well basically type in the model number onto ebay or craiglist and see what it is selling for. Or also visit the singer sewing machine website products site to see what it is worth..


Answer by  luv2craft (140)

The value can be determined quickly by seeing what your machine is currently selling for on ebay. To do this, go to ebay and search for your model. Once the results have returned, scroll down the left side and mark "completed listings", so you can see completed sales and how much they sold for.


Answer by  Blondie18 (179)

There are many ways to find the value, you can take it to a seamstress who has knowledge in that area or look it up online. One of the handiest places to look it up is on ebay.


Answer by  Hewitt302 (1720)

One way is through a pawn shop or antique dealer. Depending on how old your singer sewing machine is, it can go for quite a few hundred dollars.


Answer by  oddflash (902)

Look for an appraiser in your local yellow pages if the machine is an older one. If the machine is a newer one you can visit the local sewing machine stores and check your local classifieds to determine what the selling price is in your area. Remember to take into consideration the condition of your machine.


Answer by  annie52foof (1459)

My idea would be to maybe call the company, they may know or be able to give you information on where to find out, or go to the library and check out the books on it there, and of course you can always check on the internet.


Answer by  mommy5 (144)

You may call the Singer company. If they don't have an answer, I would take it to a sewing machine cleaner. They usually know this information.


Answer by  benstac (1928)

If it is an antique, you could take it to an appraiser and they would be able to give you a going rate. The fairly popular models seem to go for about $100, but if you have something more rare, it may be worth more.

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