I was at an antique store today and came across an old Bay State Saw Company #75 saw. It is an unusual crosscut saw in that the saw’s opposite edges have teeth, but with different TPI’s? The blade is tapered symmetrically to a point. I researched on line when I got home however could not find anything on this particular saw. It appears Bay State was also affiliated with Simonds Saws? The saw was not only sharp and straight , it was quite unique. Therefore a good piece to display, so I bought it for $5. The handle will need some work to restore but wil look great when finished. have restored many saws and have seen a lot of saws out there on the online auctions but have never seen particular one. Therefore, if anyone has any further information on this saw I would be very interested. I am attaching a photo as well.
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