Spear And Jackson Tenon Saw - Brass Back - No. 52

spear and jackson tenon saw 52
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Reviewed By: I.Ball

Category: Old Tenon Saws

Manufacturer: Spear And Jackson

Tool Type: Tenon Saw

Model No: 52


The brass back Spear And Jackson tenon saw number 52.

The Spear And Jackson number 52 has been made in different guises other the years. Below are the ones we have found so far...

Saw Construction

spear and jackson saw 52

Handle: Beech

Number Of Buttons: 3

Type Of Buttons: Alloy

Handle Markings: Non-Break Handle, Patent No 401274 (I believe)

Medallion Markings: Spear & Jackson, S J, Sheffield

Brass Back Markings:
Spear & Jackson , S J, Leap-Frog Warranted Sheffeld Cast Steel

Blade Markings:
Spear & Jackson, Etna Works Sheffield, Trade Mark, No 52 No 52, Cast Steel Warranted, Patent Machine Ground.

Additional Blade Markings:
Made Expressly For, Arthur Collier, Brixton, .....

Saw Construction

spear and jackson saw 52

Handle: Beech

Number Of Buttons: 3

Type Of Buttons: Brass

Handle Markings: Spear & Jackson

Medallion Markings: S J

Brass Back Markings:

Blade Markings:
Spear & Jackson, Spearior, 52.

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