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    Ok thanks
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    Anybody interested send me email and I’ll send pictures
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    I have hundreds of solid brass buckles and hardware collected over 60 years. Realized I will never use it all so decided to sell. I can’t seem to get photos small enough to put on this site. I’m not a young guy anymore and can’t figure out how to do it so if your interested somehow let me know and I can email or text photos
  4. Checked all that and just hobby person owner
  5. I will ck all that out. It looks like this picture
  6. The Juki I’m looking at is not White it’s more kind of a Greenish Grey and doesn’t have the large bobbin. Must be older than a White one.
  7. Just wondering if the Juki is higher quality than the clones even if it’s a lot older
  8. I have an opportunity to buy an older Juki LS-341N with table and Servo motor for $1200. The machine is in excellent condition used by a hobbyist. My question is should I get the Juki or buy one of the 341 clones out there? Seems like I can get a clone for about $1600 which would be a brand new machine. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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    Bell Skiver $700

    Vintage Bell Skiver for sale built in Boston Mass. by United Shoe Manufacturing Company Works perfectly has built in sharpening for bell knife inside and outside. Very heavy duty will skive up to 2 1/2” wide. Text me for photos I can’t seem to get photos on here keeps saying too large. I’m in Northern Wisconsin 920-857-8827
  10. Selling my Bell Skiver on Craigslist in Green Bay Wi. I cant figure out how to post pictures on this site so that’s why I did craigslist. Hopefully nobody is offended by that.
  11. Bell Skiver for sale on Green Bay Craigslist.
  12. I have a brand new never used Cowboy CB4500. I purchased it from Bob at Toledo Sewing Machine about 4 months ago. The reason for selling it is that I have been a woodworker for 40 years and have a shop that takes up all my time. I thought I would take up sewing leather in my spare time. Well their is no spare time and I realize that in order too be good at sewing leather items such as bags takes a lot of time and practice which I thought I could achieve in my spare time when not woodworking. The machine comes with spools of thread, roller guides, misc feet and all the standard items that Bob gives with machine. The machine must be picked up in Batavia IL. I think $2000 is a fair price for a new machine, no tax or shipping charges saves you some money. The best way too reach me is by phone since I am very rarely on the computer You can call 630-669-2506 Thanks, Ken
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