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ANTIQUE ADLER PFEIFFER SEWING MACHINE WHEEL TREADLE

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3 DAY AUCTION, BEGINNING AT 99 CENTS!!! Up for auction is an antique ADLER PFEIFFER sewing machine. It is built into a wood table, and is non-electricand run by pressing the built in foot pedal. I haven't found much information online about this model,a nd it appears to be quite rare. The serial number on it is 561. Adler is a German company who primary business currently is in industrial sewing machines. The sewing machine looks to be is very good condition, although I know nothing about it and cannot guarantee it works. I do not have the key to unlock the wood box cover that goes over the sewing machine itself, and the lock is broken. Other than the broken lock, this machine/table combo appears to be in wonderful shape. The machine is located in Augusta, Georgia (30909). The person who wins the auction is responsible for handling the shipping of this item. I do not know the best way to ship it to ensure that it stays intact, so again, it is the BUYER's responsibility to arrange either pick-up or shipping of this item within 30days of the auction ending. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Again, I tried to research this item, but came up with very little information about it. But, I will tryt o answer any of your questions as best as possible. For those of you would would prefer NOT to ship this item, but are located on the EAST coast, I may be able to transfer it from it's current location in Augusta, GA, to the Fayeteville, NC region if that would make it easier for you. I believe gas for that trip would probably run about $40 for me to go to GA to pick it up and bring it back here...not sure how that compares to the cost for shipping it.

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