Member since 2/27/07
Date: 5/23/10 11:05 AM
Does anyone know anything about graybar sewing machines. I found one for sell. It is in its cabinet and has many attachments but I have never heard of this company before. Any info would be helpful.
Member since 7/27/05
Subject: Topic moved Date: 5/23/10 11:25 AM
This topic has been moved from Bridal and Formalwear Sewing to Sewing Machines
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Member since 4/22/04
In reply to Cpip
Date: 5/23/10 4:25 PM
Maye check Ismacs on line and also Relics sewing machines. In googling I think you will find this is a machine made by the company Graybar headed by Gray and Barton. Maybe also check out Western Electric.
Graybar machines have been discussed before here on PR so maybe an owner of a Graybar will post some info for you.
-- Edited on 5/23/10 4:28 PM --
New Jersey USA
Member since 6/19/13
In reply to Betakin
Date: 6/19/13 1:18 PM
Hi all, I realize this thread is 3 years old, but my mother sewed with a hideaway Graybar machine in the original wood cabinet. I have the machine now as my mom passed away 9 years ago. I will probably post to eBay or Craig's list, I want to make sure it goes to someone who will appreciate it. She loved sewing, but at some point got a new machine and just placed it on top of the unit. The original sewing machine is intact within the table. I do not know whether it needed any replacement parts of whether my mom just wanted a new machine. I can get the details from the back of the machine if anyone is interested.
Member since 5/6/09
Date: 6/20/13 6:24 PM
why don't you post it for sale here? This is the place where vintage lovers look for sewing machines.