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Disston Saws


   
 

Keystone Saw Works - H. Disston & Sons, Inc. - Phila., PA


 
 

Henry Disston No. 7, Early Cross-cut Saw by Frank Brickhouse

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This saw was most likely made during 1850s. 

In 1865 Hamilton Disston joined the company and shortly after the medallion with notation - Henry Disston & Son - of this even begun appearing on the saws.

Our speculative production time frame would be late 1840s and early 1850s.

Blade Length PPI/Mark
/Type
Nib Design Type Blade Mark/Type Handle Screws/
Medallion
Comments
18" 10/Yes
/Crosscut
yes Straight Back
Panel Saw
Readable/ Stamped Beech 2/1/Brass  

The Toe and the Nib

Blade Marking:

"Inchworm Stamp" stamp, used by Henry Disston around 1850s.


 
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