ANTIQUE SEWING MACHINE 2510 Simanco Year 1923 Old Singer ISMACS (International Sewing Machine Collectors’ Society) Vintage Textile Stitch
An antique Simanco 2510 Singer sewing machine, almost identical in size but heavier to my other 15NL sewing machine model. Comparing to other similar pieces people are selling online, this piece could be as old as year made 1923, correct me if I wrong as I am not able to read the serial number(view photo) due to extreme aging.
The history of Singer sewing machines dates back to 1851. In the first hundred years, Singer made approximately 200 different sewing machine models. After that, the number of models reaches thousands.
ANTIQUE SEWING MACHINE / Vintage 2510 Simanco Singer, I believe this 2510 series is extremely rare. Feel free to email me anytime, the price tag is 400usd or nearest offer. View my vintage & antique textile collection here.
Height: 28 cm / 11 inches
Base: 37 x 17.5 cm / 14.6 x 6.9 inches
Weight: 11.6 kg / 25.5 lb
I will ship via Courier Service(5-7 working days) worldwide, insured.
How to Identify Your Old Singer Sewing Machine?
Find the serial number of your antique sewing machine. This will reveal the year your Singer was manufactured. According to Singer, serial numbers are located as follows:
On the throat plate or bed of the machine – for treadle/hand crank machines.
On the right hand side of the machine – for treadle/electric machines.
Underneath the machine – for electric machines.
On the front or side – for machines manufactured starting from the 1960s.