5' lance and raker bucking saw

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soli
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5' lance and raker bucking saw

Post by soli » November 28th, 2018, 10:11 pm

Hoping again to get some help ID'ing the one on the left:
crosscut-ground-1a.jpg
No etching is visible
Length is a couple sixteenths over 60"
One end has an extra lance tooth partial width.
Crescent ground
End width is 2.75"+ to the end gullet
Middle width is 4.75" to the middle gullet

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Re: 5' lance and raker bucking saw

Post by Jim_Thode » November 28th, 2018, 10:44 pm

Looks like I can see a notch on the back of the 5' saw near the end. That and the closer spacing of the teeth would indicate that it is a Simonds #520. They are very nice saws and around here the most popular 5' saw in the day.

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Re: 5' lance and raker bucking saw

Post by soli » November 28th, 2018, 10:57 pm

Thanks Jim. Yes, here is a closer look:
5ft-crosscut-ground-2a.jpg

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