Hello all, A friend of mine brought back a saw he had found while on a trip to New Zealand, and is trying to find some information about its origins. I was hoping that my copy of Simon Barley's book would help, while there was an entry for Healey, there was not much information. Could any one help with this saw's identification. It is a 28" straight back with nib 4 ppi (5 ppi at toe) rip saw with a London pattern beech handle held with three split nut screws, stamped HEALEY LONDON, the blade is thick and heavy and fairly full width. Regards Graham.