Minnesota Sewing Machine Circa 1900-1930
100 Year Old fully operational sewing machine with original manual!🪡
The Minnesota sewing machine from Sears & Roebuck.
Produced between 1900 to 1930, the Minnesota sewing machine was made by the Davis company which supplied Sears & Roebuck.
The Minnesota K is supposed to be Davis’ last model for Sears and the Minnesota L was supposed to have been made by Domestic. In 1926, White Sewing Machine Company bought Domestic and soon phased out the Minnesota model in the 1930s.
The original price on this machine may have been around $20. The low price is what made Sears & Roebuck so popular as it saved money by being a mail-order retailer and did not have the same overhead as other retailers had.
This unit has got some wear and tear but is fully functional.
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