Taylor Brothers Hand Saw - 1

taylor brothers hand saw
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Review By: I.Ball

Category: Old Hand Saws

Manufacturer: Taylor Brothers
Tool Type: Hand Saw
Model No:


           

This model of Taylor Brothers hand saw is fitted with a cast steel blade and a painted hardwood handle.

The wooden handle is fitted to the saw blade with the use of four brass buttons, one of which is faced with a medallion marked "Warranted Superior".

If required, the buttons can be adjusted on the reverse side of the handle with the use of a screwdriver.

This Taylor Brothers saw was made at the Adelaide Saw Works in Sheffield.



Saw Construction

taylor brothers saw

Handle: Hardwood (Painted)

Number Of Buttons: 4

Type Of Buttons: Brass

Medallion Markings: Warranted Superior

Blade Markings:
'Adelaide Saw Works, warranted cast steel, made by Taylor Brothers (Saws) Ltd, Sheffield'


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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