Item S4 -   Henry Disston & Sons No. 16 Hand Saw.

No. 16 saws are certainly getting scarce in the market place. Despite the missing top horn for the handle, this No. 16 will be an excellent user (and a replacement horn is not hard to fashion). The saw plate is deep, 28 inches long, and has its nib, and a readable etch. The blade is dead straight. It is moderately tarnished, but has no pitting. The “Philada” medallion dates it to the 1897-1918 time frame. With the filing being 8 ppi rip, and 28 inches long, it is a scarce saw to find. It is sharp. else handle hornGood+





Price - $75.00






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