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I would love to find information on my vintage Sears (not Craftsman) manual reel lawn mower and what it might be worth.
Model number 291.91602
Cutting reel width: ~16-inch
Appears that the handle and back rollers have been repaired/replaced but other than that, original parts.
See attached images - and thank you for your responses!
 

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I would love to find information on my vintage Sears (not Craftsman) manual reel lawn mower and what it might be worth.
Model number 291.91602
Cutting reel width: ~16-inch
Appears that the handle and back rollers have been repaired/replaced but other than that, original parts.
See attached images - and thank you for your responses!
Old reel mowers like that are so cool. And yours still has the original model number plate! The rhythmic sound of the blades passing over the cutter bar is almost therapeutic on old reels. And nowadays they’re actually very ecologically sound. No gas or oil!
What they’re worth is pretty much what somebody who appreciates them will give you. I picked up an example of REO’s first reel mower at an auction for a buck. Nobody else bid. I’ve paid as much as $20 for a vintage reel mower because I thought it was neat.
 
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