Sanderson Kayser - Pax - No. 1

pax saw no 1
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Pax 1 Review By: I.Ball

Category: Old Hand Saws

Manufacturer: Sanderson Kayser
Tool Type: Hand Saw
Model No: 1 - Pax


           

This Pax number 1 saw is an English hand saw made by Sanderson Kayser Ltd of Sheffield, England.

The saw is fitted with a ground thin to back blade made from electrically melted steel. The saw was advertised as having the perfect temper and balance.

This Pax number 1 saw is fitted with a two tone beech handle which is secured to the blade with the use of five brass buttons, one of which is faced with a medallion.

The handle is marked on one side with a foliage design and a man holding a saw.



pax saw no 1

The rear side has a blue medallion around one of the brass buttons (the button which corresponds with the opposite side of the brass medallion) with the wording 'Pax'.

The buttons can be adjusted using a flat-head screwdriver.

The Pax saw shown is 26 inches in length and has 6 teeth per inch (tpi). There were different lengthed and tpi versions of this saw produced.

The Pax range of saws are now made by Thomas Flinn & Co of Sheffield and England.




pax saw no 1

Saw Construction

pax saw 1

Handle: Beech

Number Of Buttons: 5

Type Of Buttons: Brass, Button

Medallion Markings:
'Warranted Superior'

Blade Markings:
'PAX, the professional saw, Sanderson Kayser limited, Sheffield, perfect balance and temper, scientifically ground thin to back, made from electronically melted steel, No. 1'


Manufactured Dates

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For information on dating this saw and other British saws, see the 'British Saws and Saw Makers from c1660' book, written by Simon Barley. The book is the most comprehensive saw directory to date listing makers, makers marks and manufacturing dates. There is also a whole host of additional information on the history of saw making, how to date a saw, in depth details on each of the large makers and much more, making for the most interesting read and leaving you with a slight desire to buy an old British saw.





















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