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Pictures of saws?

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Right before a fire so rudely interrupted things around here, I had just finished up the handsaw refurbs.


There are six handsaws, all bright and shiny, stacked up, awaiting a place to go.   Biggest thing now is to find a way to take a few GOOD photos of the crowd.    Two panel saws, and four full length ones. 


need to find a way to show them off, I guess.  Two No.7 with nibs, one skew back D8 and one skew back unknown.   The panel saws are 20" long.   One has an Atkins "Sheffield" medallion on board, the other???


handles are even cleaned up.   Still one to go, but it needs some hardware first. 


plates are almost too shiny, lots of glare off of them....


Just asking...

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Ok, just posted them on FeeBay awhile ago..


Atkins/Sheffield Panel saw. 20" long, with a nib!  Teeth will need a lot more work than I want to do right now, Next!


Selling as a pair.  WS and a D8 skew back crosscut saws.  Made before 1928.  Yes it is a D8, this was before the Hyphen came along. Next!


Ah yes, the Twins.  Disston No.7, both of them. They also have nibs. 


Saws are 8ppi crosscut.  BTW, that D8 was missing about two teeth, these two have all of theirs.  Big, full sized handsaws.   Don't look too hateful, do they?


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