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#1 posted 03-25-2011 10:03 AM

I bet there’s a lot of history in that saw that you brought back to life.
I recently discovered a couple of antique hand saws my father left me that must have been my grandfathers, one was a H. Disston & Sons and the other was a Richardson.They have really grown on me, i cleaned them up with brass cleaner and will use when the weather gets warmer. I think these old hand saws connect me to the past, a simpler time in history. I like that your saw has etching on the blade/plate it gives it more character mine does not have that.

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