A few words on oil. It's really important to oil your old machine, and you MUST use oil, not 3-in-1 or cooking oil or margarine or WD40 or some odd sticky stuff you found under the sink. It's one of the few things I don't sell, as I can't find a source in bottles that won't leak in the post. Try locally; if no sewing shops then gun oil is a really good substitute, or ask where they sell machine tools. Anyway, please do the thing with the lubrication - after 8 hours of use, or once a month. A good trick for all sorts of machines is to clean out the bobbin area with a cotton-bud (Q-tip) dipped in sewing machine oil - this cleans out the gunk and lubricates all in one go and you can't overdo it. Even machines which claim to need "no oil" will benefit from this...
Note that these are vintage items and probably unreliable - for everyday use, buy some new oil in a new bottle, please..
The British Post Office will not allow posting of machine oil, so if you buy a bottle and it has contents, they will be removed before sending.. Sorry
M013 Singer Oil Can (not reliably usable); £7
TO993 Flat oil can (not oil-tight); £7.50
M080 Singer Lubricant - for curiosity value only, cannot be posted overseas; £4.50 each Left (oldest) has the box
M067 Singer oil bottle (with some oil); £4
TO999 Spare spout for Singer oil cans; £2
TO999a Spare spout of unidentified provenance; £1
M064 Husquvarna Oil bottle with (oily) leaflet; £4
M066 Unidentified good oil bottle with attached cap; £4