New/Old Vintage Handsaws for Summer 2014
: Here's a really nice assortment of hand and panel saws in rip and crosscut format.. While I have about another half-dozen saws I haven't loaded yet, thought I'd put these up for grabs for now, and load the rest later in the month.

Regardless of pricing, these are all oldies but goodies that will cut true and fast. I fully guarantee any of these saws to arrive on your doorstep razor-sharp, straight, wood treated, fasteners buffed and ready to put to immediate use. Please allow up to 72 hours upon ordering for shipment.

If you don't see what you want, the key thing to remember here is to just shoot me an email if there is a kind of saw with the pitch and size you're looking for. Chances are, I have it. Another thing to consider is that if you purchase a saw from another source (like eBay), just have the seller ship it directly to me for servicing. I'll turn it around within two weeks. Just be sure to keep informed regarding the saw's arrival.

Note: International customers will pay an additional shipping surcharge, between $15-$20 USD, depending on location.

Cheers! ~ Mark

Last Updated: 23 Aug 2014



DisstonD8
20” Disston No. 12 PHILA (1917-1940) Panel Saw, 10 ppi x-cut. Near factory-depth plate with 5 7/8” at the heel with 2 ¼” at the toe. Head and shoulders one of the nicest vintage handsaws I’ve ever offered. Crisp etch and fasteners, pristine handle (one very small repaired split in the upper horn) with original finish, and razor-sharp plate with nib intact. Furniture-grade panel saw that’s a lifetime keeper. $275.

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DisstonD8
18” Wheeler, Madden Clemson Panel Saw, 8 ppi x-cut. 5 1/4" at the heel, 2 1/4" at the toe. NICELY-Preserved WMC Split-Nuts Panel Saw (pre-1876) for breaking down stock with solid handle, full horns, straight plate, crisp fasteners, readable stamped etch and freshly sharpened toothline. A very nice panel saw for someone with a small hand and stature--in amazing condition for being over 140 years old. $185.

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20” Disston No. 12 PHILADA (1896-1917) Handsaw, 11 ppi x-cut. 5 ¼”at the heel, 1 11/16” at the toe. Scattered shallow pitting and rust stains on the plate; nib intact. Handle is in great condition with crisp fasteners. User-grade saw with plenty of life left in it for fine, furniture-grade cuts. $175.

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22” Disston D8 PHILA (1917-1940) Handsaw, 10 ppi x-cut. 5 9/16”at the heel, 2 1/4” at the toe. Nice, straight plate with crisp etch. Handle is in good condition ( with minor/repaired surface flake splits around lower fastener) with full horns and crisp fasteners. User-grade saw with plenty of life left in it for fine, furniture-grade cuts. $195.

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24” Atkins No. 53 Handsaw, 8 ppi x-cut. 5 7/8” at the heel, 2 1/4” at the toe. Here's a nice late 19th century hand saw for breaking down stock to length with a freshly sharpened toothline. Repaired lower horn, crisp fasteners, not etch. This is a great all-around user-grade handsaw for crosscutting hardwoods and softwoods alike to length. $175.

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So there's the lineup of my Summer 2014 saws. Again, don't hesitate to contact me if you don't see the kind of configuration above that you want; chances are I have it, and just haven't restored it yet to make it ready for prime time. Cheers ~ Mark

A note on pricing: These are all quality saws I would happily use in my own shop. But Daddy has a Saw Problem—I can only keep so many before SWMBO lowers the boom (I'm sure you're there too, buddy). At any rate, I price saws to recoup my initial investment, and then get an appropriate return on investment for the 3-4 hours I spend restoring them. If you are interested in purchasing any of the above, please shoot me an email.