The Hand Tool Chronicles – Fourth Edition – Vintage Hand Saws With Mike Stemple

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This is the Fourth publication of a series of chronicles which will be a Photographic Presentation of Woodworking Hand Tools with descriptions, informative articles and expert opinions. This edition “The Hand Tool Chronicles – Fourth Edition – Vintage Hand Saws With Mike Stemple” is an a selection of vintage and harder to find hand saws from Mike Stemple’s Collection.

This is a must have reference series for any Hand plane enthusiast or collector or anyone who just likes to sit down with a book like the D’Elia’s Antique Tool Museum book, Warman’s Tool Field Guide, Murland’s Antique Tool Value Guide or any of the hundreds of other tool books and scroll through the thousands of images and descriptions and take in the history, the artistry and the uniqueness of the tools.

Some Saw Makers saws shown are AF. Shotwell, Almon Lord, Atkins, Bakewell & Co, Burger & Boyle, Burger,Boyle, & Gamble, Clemson & Son, Cortland Wood, Cresson Brothers, Dietrich’s patent Flint saw, Disston, Eagle Saw Co, Evans patent, EW Fox of Rochester, Fulton Tool Company, George Bishop, Gorham patent, Harvey Peace Henry H Cox, Hiram Smith, Jackson Gorham, James Cheeseman, JB Hunter Company, Johnson & Conaway, Josiah Bakewell, McNiece and Son, Monhagan Saw Works, Norton, Jewett,& Buzby, Panther saw, PB Fraley, Platt & Holroyd, Platt,Cox,& Holroyd, Pruyn & Lansing, R. Elison, Richardson Brothers, Simonds, Sing Sing, Single Eagle, Slater & Gamble, The Bay State Mfg. Co, Johnson and Conaway Truitt Brothers and Co, Vulcan Saw Manufacturing Co, W. H. Hankin, Walter Cresson, Welch & Griffiths, West Haven Mfg. Company, Wheeler,Madden,and Clemson, William Conaway, William McNiece, Woodrough and Clemson, Woodrough & McParlin Worrall & Co, and More.


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