Henry Disston Crosscut Hand-Saw 8 TPI

$48.00
Quantity available: 1

This is a very nice 26" long blade, 8 point crosscut hand-saw marked, "DISSTON & SONS PHILADA* on the brass medallion on the handle. The etching on the blade is missing as this saw blade was cleaned up several times over the years.  The carved handle appears to be that of a model D-12, so since the blade etch is missing we may suggest that this handsaw is a Disstion D-12.  The nice clean applewood handle with some wear, solid, not cracked, some chipped off ears as you can see in the photos, otherwise, just a few minor scratches, dings, and some staining. The brass hardware appears to be shiny and in very good condition. The blade is straight, in good cutting condition, with light staining, not rust, no missing teeth, about 98% sharpness. A very good quality saw from the early 1900's era. A nice, clean, old skew back saw in good, useable condition!

Item Details

Reference #:
T37948
Quantity
1
Category
Tools
SubCategory
Woodworking Tools
Department
Antiques (approx100yrs)
Year
early 1900's
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Good+
Material