A Beautiful Limited Edition Centennial Singer Featherweight. The Centennial Singer was to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Singer Company as noted by the special badge on the featherweight. The Centennial Singer Featherweight was only issued for 1 year. The serial number is AJ624150 was made June 1, 1950. This sewing machine has been tested and still works well.
Overall it is in very good condition. The finish on the machine is in very good condition with a bright shine and some light scratches on the bed.
The decorative decal border around the base of the featherweight is in surprisingly great condition. There is a little wear on the front decal as one would expect.
The featherweight has been tested, cleaned and serviced. The belt, light (LED), felt pad, protective silicon button, bed cushions and red spool pin cover are all new. The featherweight has had the motor pulley removed to check for thread, the rotary hook assembly and balanced wheel have also been checked for any thread. The bobbin case has been adjusted to 23 grams.The foot pedal has been cleaned, inspected and new cushion put on. The power cord is in good condition. A new needle is also in the machine. I have included a sample stitch that was done on the machine before I listed it. The case is in excellent condition with some minor wear.
The case still has the original Bakelite handle, foot pedal bracket, side tray, oil can holder and latches that work. The featherweight comes with: 3 bobbins, an original bobbin case, an original pressor foot, a narrow hemmer, a ruffler, a bias binder, an edge stitcher, an adjustable hemmer, and a shirring foot (also know as a gathering foot).All the attachments are in a aftermarket green attachment box from the Featherweight Shop. The case measures about 11 3/4 inches tall, 13 inches across the front and 8 inches deep. The featherweight comes with everything seen in the photos. The featherweight, any attachment box and foot pedal in packing cellophane then put bubble wrap inside the case. I then wrapped the case in cellophane. I take the spool pin cover off and put a piece of cardboard to cover the opening. I wrap the spool pin cover in cellophane and bubble wrap. I then put the spool pin cover in the case.
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