Topics should be types of Simonds saws, and posts are related to those saws
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- JoinedCOLON February 22nd, 2011, 12:31 pm
- LocationCOLON Chiricahua Wilderness Area; Minneapolis
I'm working on a 5 1/2 ft saw that I assume is a Simonds No. 113, the swayback cousin of the No. 13. I can't find an etch but there is a stamped D in the lower left hand corner on each side when the saw is held with the teeth down. I can't find a Disston that looks like this saw so what is the D doing there!
Are you sure it's not a "B"? I have an Ohlen-Bishop one man saw with a B stamped on the heel. I've not noticed a similar stamp on my big saws, but O/B copied the number scheme of Simonds and the saws look identical: