Saws and Saw Sharpening Tools For Sale

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  1. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO. 4 BACK SAW. 12-inch, 15 ppi. USA medallion dates this one to around 1950. The beech? handle is crisp, but has some minor wear to the finish. Owner's name lightly on the top of the back. The blade has some minor pitting that won't effect use. Could use a bit of cleaning and a touch-up sharpening soon, G+ .......... $40.00
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  2. GEO. H. BISHOP & CO. No. 10 ADJUSTABLE BACK SAW, 16 inch blade from a respected maker. 12 ppi crosscut on one side and 8 ppi rip on the other, with an adjustable back that is a depth stop for tennons. Pat. Jan'y 9, (19)06 stamped on the fence. Nice wheat-carved apple handle has minor dings and owner's name on the back. Some minor stain and patina, but very nice. Still sharp, G+++ .......... $100.00
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  3. ATKINS BACK SAW, 11 1/2-inches, 12 point. The medallion is marked with the Dec. 27, 1887 patent date. It appears to have been cut down from a longer back saw. Apple handle has some chips and dings. Still pretty sharp. Could use a bit of cleaning, G+ .......... $40.00
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  4. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO. 68 DOVETAIL SAW, 15 point crosscut, 10 inch length. Straight handle coming out the back end. Later one from Danville, Vir. Sharp. Has been lightly cleaned, G++ .......... $30.00
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  5. WM MARPLES & SONS 8 INCH DOVETAIL SAW. 15 ppi. Probably from the '60s. Straight and sharp, Fine .......... $30.00
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  6. WM MARPLES & SONS 6 INCH DOVETAIL SAW. 15 ppi. Brass-backed. Probably from the '60s. Straight and sharp, Fine .......... Sold $30.00
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  7. DISSTON KEYSTONE K-4 AIR MASTER RIP SAW, 26 inches long, 5 1/2 point. Has an airplane in the etch on the blade. The beech handle is very crisp. The blade is in uncleaned condition, with minor stain and some patina that won't effect use. The etch is legible. Still straight and sharp, Fine .......... Sold $75.00
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  8. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO.7 CROSSCUT SAW, 9 point, 24 inches. 1917 PHILA medallion. Has a nib. The beech handle with a lamb's tongue is very nice with some minor dings and owner's initials.
    This is a very nice saw. It has been lightly cleaned and there are a few areas with some stain. Has been professionally sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers, Fine .......... Sold $185.00
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  9. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO. 7 RIP SAW, 5 point, 26 inches. PHILADA medallion is from 1896. Has a nib. Beech handle with lamb's tongue is very nice with minor dings from use. The blade is straight and sharp with some minor patina from age, Fine .......... Sold $185.00
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  10. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO. 7 RIP SAW, 25 inch, 6 ppi.PHILADA medallion dates to after 1895. Has a nib. The beech handle with lamb's tongue is missing the finish and has some dings and owner's marks. The blade has been cleaned and there is some minor pitting that won't effect use. The etch is legible. It seems that the front inch was cut off from a 26 inch saw, at some time. Has been professionally sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers. A great user at a good price, G+ .......... Sold $110.00
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  11. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-8 CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inches long, 11 point. USA medallion is from WWII. Apple wood handle is very crisp with some minor scuffing. The etch is legible. Has been professionally sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers. Lightly cleaned with minor stain. A very good user, Fine .......... Sold $145.00
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  12. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-8 CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inches long, 8 point. PHILADA medallion dates this one from after 1896. Apple wood handle is worn on the front edges, either from hitting the board, or by how it was stored. The blade has some stain and light pitting that won't affect use. Could use some cleaning and sharpening, G+ .......... $55.00
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  13. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-8 CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inches long, 8 point. USA medallion (ca. 1950s) on the apple handle that is near perfect but with a small check in front of the top screw on one side. Very nice blade has been lightly cleaned. Has been professionally sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers, Fine.......... $145.00
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  14. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-8 RIP SAW, 5 1/2 point, 26 inches. WW II medallion. Apple handle w/finger hole is very nice with a few scuffs and dings. The blade is sharp and straight and has a bit of dirt and minor stain. The back has the shadow of an owner's name, maybe from a sharpening, that was later removed after the surrounding area got a bit of patina. My picture doesn't pick it up - it's very light, Fine .......... Sold $125.00
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  15. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-12 CROSSCUT SAW, 9 point. 26 inch length. The wheat-carved handle is very nice with a couple of dings. The PHILA medallion is from after 1917 on a wheat-carved apple handle that has great patina but is missing the tip of the horn. It has been lightly cleaned and has some minor stain and light pitting that won't affect use. Still nice and sharp, G+++ .......... $215.00
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  16. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, NO. 12 CROSSCUT GENTLEMAN'S SAW. 22 inches, 12 point. This was a Disston top-of-the-line saw. This is an older saw that has a nib. PHILADA medallion is from after 1896. Has been professionally sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers. The etch is legible. Some very light pitting won't effect use. Has been cleaned, G+ .......... Sold $115.00
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  17. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-23, LIGHTWEIGHT RIP SAW, 26 inches, 5 1/2 point. Very crisp five screw, wheat carved apple handle. 1950s medallion. It was originally a 8 point crosscut, but has been professionally recut as a rip saw, and sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers. The blade is in very nice condition with a bit of minor pitting that won't efect use, and has been lightly cleaned. A very nice user, Fine .......... $95.00
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  18. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-23, LIGHTWEIGHT CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inches, 8 point. WW II medallion. Found in a locked tool box with unused tools from around 1950. Nice five screw, wheat-carved rosewood handle is in great condition but has a few gouges in it from storage. Still new and very sharp with a few minor stain marks. The etch is legible. A great saw, Fine .......... $115.00
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  19. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-23, LIGHTWEIGHT CROSSCUT. 26 inches, 10 point. Crisp five-screw, carved apple wood handle is crisp with a few dings and owner's initials on the back. Looks like WW II vintage. The blade is shiny-nice and sharp. Has been lightly cleaned, Fine .......... $125.00
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  20. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-23, LIGHTWEIGHT CROSSCUT SAW. 26 inches, 11 point. USA medallion is probably from WW II. This one is in very close-to-new condition. There are a couple of rust spots at the top, near the toe, that were cleaned. Otherwise, it is bright. Wheat-carved apple handle is crispy, but has two owner's initials. Another owner's name is on the back of the blade near the handle. Straight and origional sharp, Fine .......... $125.00
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  21. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, D-95, CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inches, 12 point. A later one from H. K. Porter, Philadelphia - 1960s. Crisp five-screw, wheat-carved handle has a few tool-box dings. Original condition, with minor patina. Sharp Fine .......... Sold $75.00
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  22. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, ACME NO. 120 CROSSCUT SAW, 26 inch length. 8 ppi. It has the PHILADA medallion (1896-1917) on the wheat-carved apple handle, which is very nice with a couple of small dings. The blade has been lightly cleaned. There is some light pitting which won't effect use. Sharpened by Wenzloff & Sons, Saw Makers,G++ .......... $205.00
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  23. SIMONDS NO. 62 RIP SAW, 26 inches, Marked 5 1/2 but now 5 point. It has the blue medallion marked 2.50, which was the price of the saw. Five-screw wheat-carved apple-wood handle is crisp with a few tool-box dings and some wear to the lindseed oil finish added over time. The blade is still shiny with a bit of patina and a few smal spots of pitting which won't effect use. The logo is legible. It can use a bit of touch-up sharpening. A great user, Fine .......... $120.00
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  24. ATKINS NO. 53 RIP SAW, 26 inches, 6 point. 1896 patent date on the blade, 1877 patent date on the medallion. Very nice wheat-carved apple wood handle has a few minor scuffs and dings. There is some pitting on the blade that shouldn'r effect use. Still pretty sharp. Has been lightly cleaned, G++ .......... $90.00
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  25. ATKINS, RIP SAW, 28 inches, 4 1/2 point. The etch isn't legible, so, I don't know the number. Nice wheat-carved handle has the medallion with the 1887 patent date. The blade has been cleaned and has some stain and pitting that shouldn't effect use. Still sharp, G+ .......... $55.00
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  26. ATKINS NO. 65, PERFECTION, CROSSCUT SAW, Ship point. 26 inches, 10 point. Later blade, but the medallion has the Dec 27, 1887 patent date but I don't think the saw is that old, but regardless of age, it is a nice saw. Crisp four-screw wheat-carved apple handle. The blade has some minor stain and a bit of light pitting that won't affect use. Still sharp, Fine .......... $125.00
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  27. Boxed ATKINS NO. 21, METAL CUTTING SAW. 20 inches long. Silver Steel blade with metal-cutting teeth. Dark-stained beech? handle is very nice. It has had light use, but will need some sharpening soon. The box is nice. Has its paper sleeve, Fine+ .......... $85.00
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  28. MILLERS FALLS NO. 625 KEYHOLE SAW, Metal handle with interchangable blades Unused from the 1950s. Also includes an 8 point and two 11 point blades for metals, wood, plastics, bode, plaster, etc., Fine ............ $30.00
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  29. DISSTON PAD SAW, Cast iron handle. 7-inch blade. New-old-stock, Fine+ ............ $35.00
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  30. PAD SAW, Walnut? handle. Probably English. Unmarked. The handle has tool-box scuffs and dings, G++ ............ $40.00
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  31. PAD SAW, Beech handle. Probably English. Unmarked except for an owner's name, G++ ............ $35.00
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  32. PAD SAW, Ebony handle. Probably English. Unmarked except for an owner's name. The screw on the ferrule is loose, but the blade is held steady, G+ ............ $35.00
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  33. VIGOR JEWELER'S SAW, small size, 2 1/2 inch depth to the throat. Vigor, Made in Germany. Ebonized handle, Fine ............ $20.00
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I have some Stanley Saw Set Directions that I have posted in my Features Section

    Saw Sets

  1. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. It has the attachment for circular saws (this is not for carbide-tipped saws - they are ground, not set). 99% of the black enamel remains. In the original box which has some minor dirt. Includes the original instructions, Fine+ ........... $125.00
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  2. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. It has the attachment for circular saws. 99% of the black enamel remains. In the original box, which is is very nice with a small rip on the label. Includes the original instructions. 15H01, Fine+ ........... $100.00
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  3. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. It has the attachment for circular saws. 99% of the black enamel remains. In the original box, which has some dirt and wear. Includes the original instructions. 15I29, Fine ........... $95.00
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  4. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. It has the attachment for circular saws. 99% of the black enamel remains. In the original box, which is rough. Includes the original instructions. 15I20, Fine........... $80.00
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  5. STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. Alomst all of the black enamel remains. The attachment for circular saws is present. Has the original instructions. 16B23, Fine ........... Sold $65.00
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  6. STANLEY NO. 42X PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, 14 tpi or less. This one has a plunger that comes out first to firmly hold the saw before the tooth is set. Missing some of the black enamel, but it is completely functional. The attachment for circular saws is gone. I'll include a copy of the original instructions, G+ ........... $45.00
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  7. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42W PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. The newer style of the 42 (same as the 42SS). For back, panel and circular saws 18 gauge or thinner, 4 to 16 tpi. Has the attachment for circular saws built in. This one is nice because it sets a wider range of tooth sizes, and the dial to set it has numbers, which makes it simpler to use. Has had very light use and 98% of the black enamel remains. Comes in the original box with the "New Design" graphics on the top. The box is about perfect. Includes the original instructions, Fine+ ........... $70.00
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  8. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42W PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. The newer style of the 42 (same as the 42SS). For back, panel and circular saws 18 gauge or thinner, 4 to 16 tpi. Has the attachment for circular saws built in. This one is nice because it sets a wider range of tooth sizes, and the dial to set it has numbers, which makes it simpler to use. Has had very light use and 98% of the black enamel remains. Comes in the original box with the "New Design" graphics on the top. The box is about perfect. Includes the original instructions. 15C02, Fine+ ........... $70.00
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  9. Boxed STANLEY NO. 42W PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. The newer style of the 42 (same as the 42SS). For back, panel and circular saws 18 gauge or thinner, 4 to 16 tpi. Has the attachment for circular saws built in. This one is nice because it sets a wider range of tooth sizes, and the dial to set it has numbers, which makes it simpler to use. Has had very light use and 98% of the black enamel remains. Comes in the original box with the "New Design" graphics on the top. Minor damage to the box. Includes the original instructions. 15C03, Fine+ ........... Sold $65.00
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  10. STANLEY NO. H 432 PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For back and panel saws 18 gauge or thinner, with 5 to 11 points. 98% of the red and blue paint remains, as well as most of the decal. The box is very nice. The short original instructions are included, Fine+ ........... $20.00
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  11. UNMARKED PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. Morrill or Stearns. Pistol grip with a dial to adjust for tooth size. Clean and completely functional, G++ ........... $15.00
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  12. ALUMINUM HAND SAW SET, Not marked, except for Made in USA, Rockford, Ill. The anvil is marked with tooth numbers between 4 and 16 tpi, for adjustment. Looks about the same as an Atkins or Dunlap, Fine ........... $20.00
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  13. TAINTOR'S POSITIVE No. 7 HAND SAW SET, Has 1891 to 1906 patent dates. The anvil is marked with tooth numbers between 3 and 12 tpi, for adjustment, G+ ........... $15.00
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  14. PEUGEOT FRERES SAW WREST. A cute French saw wrest for handsaws, with adjustable fence. Five inches long, G+ ........... $35.00
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  15. KEEN KUTTER - MORRILL'S PATENT SAW SET. For handsaws and panel saws. sets 4 to 16 points. Missing some nickel, but a good user, G+ ........... $15.00
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  16. PIKE PERFECT SAW JOINTER, Early cast iron one with the Oct 24, 1893 patent date. Levels the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws before sharpening. It's spring-loaded to hold tightly to the saw to "joint the teeth absolutely true". Very respected manufacturer in New Hampshire. The black enamel is worn. The file is a replacement. Completely functional, G+ ........... Sold $40.00
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  17. DISSTON SAW JOINTER, To level the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws. Hinged on the top to sit above the teeth and be guided by the saw blade. 85% black enamel remains. Original file. One of the set screws was replaced, so, I got some allen-head screws for it. I'll include the old screws - the big one could be cut down and slotted, G++ ........... $35.00
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  18. DISSTON SAW JOINTER, To level the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws. Hinged on the top to sit above the teeth and be guided by the saw blade. It is crisp but has 80% of the black enamel finish on the outside. Some light rust won't affect use, G+ ........... Sold $35.00
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  19. ATKINS SAW JOINTER, This is a rare one. 3 1/2 inches long. Levels the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws before sharpening. This one runs along the side of the blade. The thumbscrew clamps a file. It needs a mill bastard single-cut file, which wasn't provided by the factory. It has been cleaned, G+ ........... $25.00
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  20. DUNLAP ALUMINUM SAW JOINTER, It was sold by Sears & Roebuck or Motgomery Ward. Levels the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws before sharpening. Same general style as the Stearns, but aluminum. The file is original, G++ ........... $30.00
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  21. ALUMINUM SAW JOINTER, Unmarked, but the same as the Stearns, but aluminum. The file is a new replacement, Fine ........... $30.00
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  22. SAW JOINTER, To level the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws. Unmarked, but looks like a Stearns. Missing some of the black enamel.Original file, G++ ........... $45.00
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  23. SAW JOINTER, To level the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws. Unmarked, but looks like a Stearns. Missing some black enamel, and has some dirt. Original file, G+ ........... $35.00
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  24. SAW JOINTER, To level the teeth on rip and crosscut handsaws. Unmarked except for Made in USA, it's like a Stearns, but more rectangular. Unused condition.
    I don't know the maker. I have seen only a couple of these. It was in the box with the Dunlap saw filing tool below, but from the instructions and other sets I have seen, the filer was not sold with the jointer. For those of you that may be interested, The saw filer is 99% identical to the Stearns. Maybe Stearns changed the design of the saw jointer for Sears.
    New and unused, a couple of scuffs to the finish, with original file, Fine+ ........... $60.00
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  25. In the box DUNLAP, "OVERHANGING" SAW FILING TOOL. Basically identical to the one made by Stearns except for later thumbscrews. Sold by Sears & Roebuck. For filing crosscut and rip hand saws.
    The instructions show how to make a jig from two boards attached to the saw so the guide can sit on it. The boards can then be held in a regular vise with a deep enough throat, or saw vise. They also decsribe how to use the tool.
    This one is unused. The invoice is from the 1940s, Fine+ ........... $145.00
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  26. In the box STEARNS NO. 400, "OVERHANGING" SAW FILING TOOL.For filing crosscut and rip hand saws.
    The instructions show how to make a jig from two boards attached to the saw so the guide can sit on it. The boards can then be held in a regular vise with a deep enough throat, or saw vise. They also decsribe how to use the tool. It is missing the file and file handle. The ferrule on the handle is just shy of 3/4 inch. I show a picture of the other handle, with a shoulder, but just the ferrule should work.
    This one seems unused. Damage to the box. The instructions are from 1928, Fine ........... $95.00
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  27. DISSTON NO. 3D SAW VISE, Missing the saw-filing jig. A very heavy-duty vise that clamps on the edge of the bench. 12 1/2-inch jaws with a cam-locking mechanism. The joint between the jaws and clamp is toothed for serious holding. It is in very nice condition. No breaks or repairs and completely functional. Most of the black enamel remains, with a bit of light rust in places. The the washer on the tip of the bench hold-down screw is missing, Fine ........... $120.00
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  28. B. S. V. & CO. SAW VISE, A heavy-duty vise that clamps on the edge of the bench. 9 inch jaws with a screw-locking mechanism. Missing a lot of the enamel, but it has a dark patina that looks pretty good (much better than the picture). Completely functional. Looks like it was made by Sargent. Weights about 8 pounds, G+ ........... $50.00
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  29. SARGENT & CO. NO. 105 SAW VISE, (Not marked by mfr.but looks like a Sargent) This is their best heavy-duty vise that clamps on the edge of the bench. 9-inch jaws with a screw-locking mechanism. Ball and socket joint. Missing alot black enamel. Has been cleaned except there is some rust on the base. Completely functional with no breaks or repairs. Weighs about 13 pounds for shipping, G+ ........... $70.00
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  30. In the Box HENRY DISSTON PERFECTION NO. 5 SAW CLAMP, Dec 27, 1910 patent date cast in the frame. A heavy-duty vise that screws on to the edge of the workbench. 12 inch jaws with cam-action locking. While almost all of the black enamel remains, the top of the lever is missing the enamel from file marks. The box has a few loose seams, G++ ........... $65.00
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  31. HENRY DISSTON PERFECTION NO. 5 SAW CLAMP, A heavy-duty vise that screws on to the edge of the workbench. Dec 27, 1910 patent date cast in the frame. 12 inch jaws with cam-action locking. There is a bit of light rust and dirt, Fine ........... $45.00
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  32. BSV CO. SAW VISE, 9-inch jaws. Cam-lock medium-duty vise clamps on a bench for use. It has about 80% of its original finish, which is a bit dusty and has paint splatters, G+ ........... $35.00
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There is even more detail in this Forest Service Crosscut Saw Manual you can download from the web

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Miscellaneous [CLICK TO ORDER]

  1. ATKINS NO. 2 CROSSCUT SAW HANDLE, The mark on the handle is faint. The finger-guard is shorter, and goes in both directions. Has been lightly cleaned, G+ ........... $50.00
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  1. STANLEY NO. 43 PISTOL-GRIP SAW SET. For setting teeth on large crosscut saws such as buck saws, two man saws and circular saws 11 gauge or thinner, having 5 or less teeth per inch. Has the attachment for circular saws. 99% of the black and red enamel finish remains. A copy of the instructions is included, Fine+ .......... Sold $60.00
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  2. SHURLY - DIETRICH - ATKINS CRITERION SAW SET. From Canada. For setting teeth on crosscut saws, buck saws and web saws, etc. A hammer set that has a die that rests on the tooth and is struck with a light hammer for more uniform results and less likelihood of breaking a tooth. It has a fence to control depth of the set and a wing to help keep the blade flat.
    Atkins says it's the best, ever... In the original box with some minor damage, and original instructions, Fine ........... $110.00
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  3. ATKINS NO. 3 COMBINATION CIRCULAR & BAND SAW SET. For setting teeth on circular saws, and with a guide for band saw blades. It fits 1/2 holes and has inserts for 3/4, 7/8 and 1-inches.The box has some damage and has original instructions, G++ ........... $55.00
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  4. ATKINS NO. 12, HORN GRIP SAW SET. Hand-held for cross cut saws. Missing the paint, but otherwise, Fine ........... $65.00
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  5. ATKINS NO. 12, HORN GRIP SAW SET. Hand-held for cross cut saws. The end 1 1/2 inches is broken off, I think to make it more compact. The face could use a bit of touch-up, G ........... $25.00
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  6. DISSTON SWAGING BAR, It's not marked, but I saw it in an early Disston catalog. Ten-inches long. It had been used for setting crosscut saws. The face was seriously banged-up, so I smoothed it down and put in a couple of bevels. You can do the rest to suit your work, G+........... $60.00
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  7. S. J. MORIN, SEATTLE HAMMER SAW SET. Seattle Has the Aug 18, 1903 patent date stamped in the side. The hammered end is a bit mushroomed but it is still in good usable condition, G+ ........... Sold $50.00
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  8. DISSTON "TRIUMPH" No. 18 SAW SET. Adjustable for circular and crosscut saws, 14 gauge and lighter. The triumph has one plunger to hold the saw and another to set the tooth. Disston claims it's the best hand set ever put on the market. Some rust on the bare metal surfaces, but fully functional. Includes copy of the instructions, G ......... $30.00
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  9. ATKINS SETTING STAKE FOR CROSS-CUT SAWS. 7 1/4 inch length. Used flat with a hammer to set the teeth on a crosscut saw. pound into a log or block for use. The same type as are in the saw filing kits. Some rust and patina but not much wear, G ........... $20.00
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  10. In the box SIMONDS NO. 346 SAW SETTING and SWAGING HAMMER, In the Made in Canada box. For setting teeth on crosscut saws. This is the one shown in the Simonds instructions in my Features Section. Unmarked, but being in the box it as Simonds. It is unused, Fine ........... $70.00
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  11. SAW SETTING and SWAGING HAMMER, Unmarked, but it's a Simonds. For setting teeth on crosscut saws. This is the one shown in the Simonds instructions in my Features Section. Very nice with a bit of wear to the black enamel, G++ ........... $40.00
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  12. SAW SETTING HAMMER, Unmarked except for a number stamped in the top, but it's the same weight as the other brands, like the Atkins No. 4. For setting teeth on crosscut saws. Some roughness on the side and the faces could use a bit of dressing, G+ ........... $70.00
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  13. DISSTON SAW SETTING HAMMER, The same as the Atkins No. 4 hammer. For setting teeth on crosscuts, circular and any large tooth saws., Fine ........... $110.00
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  14. ATKINS NO. 4 SAW SETTING HAMMER, For setting teeth on crosscuts, circular and any large tooth saws. Basically perfect except for a small bit of light pitting at the top of one face, Fine ........... $110.00
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  15. SIMONDS NO. 301 SAW WREST, Used for circular and band saws. Has 13 to 19 gauge slots. 6 1/2 inches long, Fine ........... $45.00
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  16. Boxed W. E. GIBBS, LONG CROSSCUT SAW JOINTER, This is the one they are looking for .... The shoes are adjustable to follow the curve of the saw teeth while sharpening crosscut saws. 1914 and 1917 patent dates cast in the frame. Brass thumbscrews. 18 inches long overall. They weren't sold with a file, so it is added. Crisp condition, some patina, but with no breaks or repairs. Some damage to the box and instructions, G+++ ........... $395.00
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  17. W. E. GIBBS, THREE-IN-ONE RAKER GAGE FOR CROSSCUT SAWS, This came with a bunch of old saw-filer's tools... I don't know what to think about it. The filing plate assembly is different than the two other models I have seen. I think it may have been modified by the user - it looks like the filing plate I think is from a Morin and it is held down with two phillips screws, which are not proper. The top plates are different than the other models. The inside screws are flat-head, not countersunk, so the regular Gibbs filing plate would not fit, so, this is more complicated than a simple repair. One of the pin gauges is missing.
    This is available as a tool modified by a user for better function, a wall-hanger at a very reasonable price, or a research project, G+ ........... $100.00
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  18. ATKINS NO. 9 RAKER GAUGE, This is first one with Pat APLD For cast in the body. (the later ones were marked Pat June 20, (19)16. The early ones were substantailly larger in size than the later production and came with two thumb-screws to adjust the filing plate. These are very uncommon, G++ ........... $85.00
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  19. Z. N. SEELEY SAW TOOL. From Centralia, Wash. Patented MAR 12, 1908. A bronze body with glass wear strips on the checking gauge side which also has a graduated celluloid strip to gauge the depth of the rakers. The only one I have seen, G++ ........... $130.00
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  20. DISSTON NO. 10 IMPERIAL RAKER GAUGE, A very high-quality raker gauge with the pin gauge feature. There are two screws to bend the jointing file to follow the teeth and the raker filing gauge depth can easily be changed with a small wrench. Original box with some damage and a copy of the original instructions, Fine ........... $75.00
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  21. In the box SIMONDS NO. 342 CROSS-CUT SAW TOOL SET, Complete set includes everything you need (except a hammer, which didn't come in the set) for sharpening crosscut saws: the jointer/raker gauge with micrometer tooth set (pin) gauge; setting stake; spider. The graduated filing rack is easily adjustable for depth. This one is in new condition, and not used. In the original box, with the original instructions, Fine++ ...... $165.00
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  22. SIMONDS NO. 342 JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE,, A jointer/raker gauge with micrometer adjust tooth set (pin) gauge. Because the graduated filing rack is easily adjustable, this model is very popular for use. Minor patina and dirt, but but fully functional. I'll include a copy of the instructions, G++ ...................... Sold $55.00
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  23. SIMONDS NO. 340 CRESCENT JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE,, The filing rack is easily adjustable. Two screws help put a curve on the file for jointing the teeth, Fine ........... ........... $40.00
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  24. SIMONDS NO. 306 RAKER GAUGE, For circular saws. There is a clip on each side of the back to hold it against the saw blade. Has a 1961 receipt, Fine ........... $35.00
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  25. E.C. ATKINS, RAKER SWAGE, I haven't seen one of these before. A pocket-size (about four inches long) tool for swaging the raker teeth (I assume). It is not marked with a number, but has the Atkins mark and Pat. Applied For. Probably made to compete with the Anderson tool. It apparenly didn't catch on. Crisp, bas some surface rust, G+ ........... $40.00
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  26. ATKINS NO. 9 JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE , It is unmarked, but is a No. 9 made by Atkins and probably sold by another company. Steel frame. A raker gauge that will take a file to joint the teeth and then file the rakers to the correct height. Has a pin gauge to check the raker teeth, Fine ........... Sold $45.00
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  27. WALLACE PIN GAUGE (ATKINS NO. 15) Wallace was the original 1914 patentee for this, and other Atkins raker gauges. Atkins bought him out. These Atkins aluminum raker gauges were frequently stripped of the sharpening side by the professional sharpeners, and just used for the micrometer pin gauge. I recommend it for that use. Even when complete, I think they are bought for use for the pin gauge. Except for missing parts, Fine ........... $45.00
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  28. ANDERSON, NO. 3 JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE, For sharpening crosscut saws. From Seattle, Wash., starting in the 1920s. The Anderson's are the ones that allow you to sharpen the raker teeth on an angle. There is a screw under the filing plate to allow for fine adjustment. The checking gauge, which is on the front side in the picture, is slanted to cause a variation of one thousandth of an inch between graduations, so it acts like a pin gauge for raker tooth height. Some patina on the bare-metal surfaces, G++ ........... Sold $110.00
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  29. ANDERSON, NO. 4 JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE, From Seattle, Wash., starting in the 1920s. The Anderson's are the ones that allow you to sharpen the raker teeth on an angle. The No. 4 has two filing guides (right and left). There are screws under the filing plates to allow for fine adjustment. Complete and completely functional. Has most of its red paint. The checking gauge, which is in the middle, is slanted to cause a variation of one thousandth of an inch between graduations, so it acts like a pin gauge for raker tooth height.
    There is some patina on the bare-metal surfaces, Fine ........... Sold $125.00
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  30. EARLY DISSTON JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE, with a wrest on one side of the frame, and an adjustable spider on the other. 7 1/2 inches overall. For sharpening crosscut saws. I think this is the earliest, from the 1870s, and the rarest. The frame is composed of two keystone logos on each side.
    The filing plate should be wider, with a small slot. It was apparently cut down by the owner, probably to avoid banging the teeth of the saw in the small slot. Otherwise, it is in very nice condition. This is an early and rare gauge.
    It still has the original file to set in the jointer position, G+ ........... $70.00
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  31. In the box MORIN NO. 0 JOINTER AND RAKER GAUGE, Feb 8, 1910 patent date cast in the frame. Steel frame with red paint. For sharpening crosscut saws. Used to level the points of the saw teeth and file the raker teeth to the correct height. The pin gauge is used to check the raker height. The box has some damage, Fine ........... $45.00
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  32. E.C. ATKINS, SAW TOOL SET, For crosscut saws. A raker gauge, setting stake and a spider. They have a black finish that I haven't seen before. Looks like from the '20s or '30s. A very clean user set, Fine ........... $55.00
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  33. ATKINS MICROMETER TOOTH SET GAUGE (SPIDER), This one has an adjustable screw with a numbered micrometer gauge on the end so you can set it to whatever depth you want, which is handy, because one spider will do it all for any special cutting needs. 3 1/2 inches long. 90% nickel plating, Fine ........... Sold $60.00
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  34. MORRIN ADJUSTABLE SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set. Has a set-screw to allow adjustment to any height, so you can set the teeth for cutting different timber, G+ ........... Sold $40.00
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  35. DISSTON SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set. Cast in the shape of a keystone, the Disston trademark, Fine ........... Sold $25.00
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  36. ATKINS SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set. It looks like the Simonds but, it's not marked. Has a square hump. They are 3 1/4 or 3 1/2 inches long, G+ ........... Sold $20.00
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  37. ATKINS SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), Has front and back humps. Unmarked - I believe from illustrations that it is early Atkins. For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set, G+ ........... Sold $20.00
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  38. MORRIN SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set. Has a long hump over length of body, G+ ........... Sold $20.00
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  39. ANDERSON SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set. Marked ANDERSON SET GAUGE on the bottom. It has two bumps on the gauging end, G+ ........... Sold $25.00
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  40. SETTING GAUGE (SPIDER), Graphic diamond shape. Unmarked - but I was recently told that it is a Simonds No. 34. For any large-tooth saws. Used to gauge the width of the set, G++ ........... $25.00
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