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Mrs. D

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I have for sale a handsome 1950s Stitchmaster Model 888, Automatic Zig Zag.   I am downsizing my collection.  A lovely machine for a few bucks.

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Re-cleaned and oiled yesterday from top to bottom.  Sews like its brand new.  Tested stitches, and even the tiniest stitches were amazing. 

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Lighted harp space,  Cool looking diamond and rhinestone decoration on the front end.

No Case.  Standard class 15 bobbin case.  Glass-like finish.  Matching color motor--runs great.  

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 Now I remember exactly why I bought this machine: good looks and performance. 

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This machine is so shiny you can see the reflection of the dog-feed up and down buttons.


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Any JA or JC numbers on the bottom?
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Thanx!
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