Here's one I just acquired. The handle has the same cheek as those in the Seaton chest. Sadly it's been rusted and stained by its history. Interestingly, the spine is 7/8" at the handle and 15/16" at the toe, quite the reverse of what one might expect. It also appears to have been shortened from a 16" saw, since the name isn't centered on the spine and the toe of the spine is open. Nonetheless, it's a rare one.