Antique Singer Sewing Machine Value?

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The value of an antique Singer sewing machine can vary depending on the year it was made, the style and model, as well as the machine's physical and functioning condition. The amount of digits in a Singer sewing machine's serial number can often help identify the year it was made and therefore help one find its value. Many of these old-style sewing machines can be found at online auction sites and are valued at more than $500.
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