Turn of the century, give or take fifteen years, US made, probably someones second line saw.
F. R. BU??SNS
Can't even guess at the two faint ones, sorry.
Welcome bubba! :)
Very similar wheat too.
Good one Paul! :)
The emoticons on this forum are crap! :mad: Not even a thumbs up. :(
If I had been the "unfortunate joiner", I would have opened up the wall in search of my saw!
Certainly would cost him more than a few days work...
But that could be a pit. [IMG]
S&J Lloyd Davis possibly, I think I see "L DAVIS" on your saw.
Look at the top of this image.
Didn't know otters ate cheese. [IMG]
Check this one out, it's labeled out of ignorance.
"An early hardware saw from a Toledo company. Dave found...
The saw in your second pic has a sideplate that looks like a McNiece....
I was just trying to make your original "13 with 11 die stamped" accurate! :p
I don't know how they were stamped, I was imagining separate letter dies held in a fixture, so you could replace one if it broke, instead of...
The nails look younger than the medallion.
Separate names with a comma.