Another delightful puzzle. I bought this little 18" saw in an auction lot this weekend, because I liked its shapely handle with reinforcing plate and iron cone nuts. It's a small handle, (appropriately for a small saw), with a hand hole only big enough for three fingers. The saw plate is rusty, has been dented with hammer blows, and has been worn down with a decidedly concave tooth line, but I thought I might be lucky and find a name stamp under the rust. I found remnants of an elaborate etch instead. The main etch shows a sidewheel steamboat with the "GETREAL" (get real ?) name at the sidewheel. A secondary etch near the handle reads "Best Double Refined, Cast Steel, Warranted", and another similar shaped secondary etch is located towards the blade toe, but is illegible. My first thought is it's most likely English, as some Sheffield sawmakers (such as Taylor Bros or Joseph Peace) produced some similarly elaborate main picture etches (more often trains than boats though) with secondary wordy side etches. Also, I might be imagining it, but the flag flying off the stern of the boat seems to have the crossed shape of the Union Jack in the top corner. However, the iron cone nuts are a puzzle as my experience is that they were mostly used by American sawmakers (I think all my English saws with iron saw screws have domed rather than cone shaped screw heads) [Screws have 3/16" shafts, slotted conical cap screws.] I will continue with the cleaning and make the handle look more presentable, but I doubt I'll be able to get any better definition of the blade etchings. Saw pictures below, along with my sketches of etches. Has anyone seen a similar etch, or have ideas on the Manufacturer ?