sewing machine

Discussion in 'Antique Discussion' started by Tim burton, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. Tim burton

    Tim burton New Member

    I have a Viking husqvarna model 6430 and was wondering if anyone knows how much its worth or if you could tell me if there is a site that could help me, thank you
     
  2. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS!!!

    Since this is a world wide site, there's going to be someone here who can help with SOME information about your machine. Post a couple of images here (under 1 MB each, up to 8 images per post), from different angles, with a bit more information about it, age, condition, etc. and help will be along eventually!!! IF you need any help getting the pics up, here's a short tutorial.....BTW, ebay.com, SOLD listings is usually a good place to check for prices.....

    https://www.antiquers.com/threads/posting-a-thread-and-uploading-pictures.15990/

    OH, and WELCOME to ANTIQUERS, Tim!!!!
     
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  3. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

    Viking as in Husqvarna?
     
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  4. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

  5. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

    If you do a search for completed (ebay) Husqvarna 6430 machines, you will find a few. They seem to sell for around $100+, but I didn't read the descriptions, so I don't know what extras might be included. Running condition means a lot.

    Husqvarna is among the top of the line in sewing machines.
     
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  6. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

    Welcome to Antiquers Tim!
     
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  7. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

    I would suggest, if you're going to sell it, to sell it locally....Craigslist, etc.

    It can be tricky shipping one safely.....and expensive too.
     
  8. Shangas

    Shangas Underage Antiques Collector and Historian

    You'll hate me for saying this, but - $100 and under, in value.

    Postwar model sewing machines are just so common that they have next to no value, regardless of who made them.
     
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  9. Tim burton

    Tim burton New Member

    oh bummer, thank you for your guys help, ill just try selling it someone around me. i appreciate it
     
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  10. Shangas

    Shangas Underage Antiques Collector and Historian

    Most I've ever seen for a sewing machine is maybe 4-500 dollars. And that was only because it was a beautiful Singer Parlour-Cabinet treadle model (which was basically top-of-the-line ca. 1920s style).

    Other than that - bupkiss.
     
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