Vintage sewing machines are valued much like vintage automobiles. Just saying you have an 1891 Singer sewing machine is not enough to establish the value. Several other factors must be considered: - Condition: Is it a rusty hulk, or shiny, showroom shape? - Model: Each manufacturer made several machines for different pocketbooks, just as with autos, the luxury models usually retain their value better than the utility models. - Configuration: How many drawers does the treadle cabinet have? COunting the center drawer, it could be 3, 5, or 7 drawers. Is there any fancy carving on the cabinet, or is it pretty plain? Often, the treadle cabinet is worth more than the machine itself! Has it been electrified by removing it from the treadle cabinet and adding a motor and foot control, or is it in its original configuration? - Accessories: Does the machine have its instruction manual and full complement of accessories that came with it? Are there any additional accessories that were purchased later? Then there are other issues that can affect the selling price of a vintage sewing machine: - Location: If you live in an upscale U.S. neighborhood, probably very few buyers will be interested in an average condition old sewing machine. If you live in an area with a large number of lower income families, they might want an old, reliable sewing machine to actually sew on. - Furniture value: If your machine is in a nice wood cabinet, some may be interested in it purely for its decorative value. Others will shy away because they don't have room for a cabinet or it does not match their décor. Some buyers will only want a portable model they can stash away in a closet when not in use. - Shipping: If you are only willing to sell locally, your market will be limited. If your machine is small enough to ship, listing it on Ebay might bring a quicker sale and higher price. Speaking of Ebay, that is probably the best place to research prices for old sewing machines. Look for machines of the same model and age, in the same condition. Note the accessories that come with it and see how closely your item matches the Ebay item.
If the serial number has a letter prefix or suffix, the machine was made in 1900 or after. In this case, the "H" denotes that the sewing machine was made in Elizabeth, New Jersey, and the numbers mean it was made in 1906. The Singer Web site has this information. The worth is very dependent on its condition and its setting.
If your machine is a Wheeler & Wilson #9, which is the most common and last made Wheeler & Wilson machine, it would date to 1891- 1904. In 1904 Singer Sewing bought out Wheeler and Wilson including their factory in Connetticut and stock and machines on hand. Singer than made the Singer #9W, which is identical to the Wheeler& Wilson #9 - likely using W&W's old stock and adding the Singer name.
Authorities differ on the model for the Statue of Liberty. Some hold with the theory that it was modeled after Isabella Eugenie Boyer, the wife of Isaac Singer, the sewing-machine industrialist. Others believe that the model was the sculptor's mother, Charlotte Bartholdi (1801-1891), whom it greatly resembles. Both were white Frenchwomen.
There was no 1891 British Two Pound coin issued.
There were no 1891 coins struck.
I don't know , I would like to find the value of the 4440 1891 ser 171906
A 1891 Canadian Cent circulated value ranges from $4.60 to $630; an uncirculated coin value ranges from $230 to $13,600. Consult a grading chart for a value since condition, circulation, and design errors affect the value.
The Royal Mint did not produce an 1891 Two Pound coin.
You can't unless you have a time machine.
Gold plating will reduce the value.
The exact value of a 1891 Cole Imperial mandolin is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Most important of these factors being, the condition of the mandolin.
about 13.000 euro
All US coins dated 1891 have the word LIBERTY on them and 4 US Mints were operating in 1891 so post a new question with the denomination & mintmark.
Modified coins have no collector value. Any value would be associated with the ring.
First Edition The Poetical Works of Alfred Tennyson 1891 Hard Back good condition
Retail is $17.00-$38.00 for circulated coins
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, retail value is $18.00-$38.00
The popcorn popper machine was invented in 1885 by a man named Charles Cretors. He did submit a patent for his machine at a different date which was 1891.
Samuel O'Reilly invented the tattoo machine in 1891, which was based on the electronic engraving device invented by Thomas Edison about 25 years earlier.