Hello friends, I'd like to share two Taylor Brothers saws I recently acquired because they are a little different from the standard run-of-the-mill saws. First is a 12" brass back saw marked J. Taylor & Son (one of many names used by Taylor Brothers). The seller said the saw has a rosewood handle, but when I got it in hand I could see it is mahogany. In the seller's defense, it's hard to tell the wood species with all the black gunk on the handle, which is presumably a mix of oil, dirt, and darkening varnish. Unfortunately, there is a large chunk out of the side of the handle. The handle is attached with three steel screws that have truncated cone-shaped heads and standard brass split nuts. The second saw is a 26" handsaw which also has a mahogany handle. Additionally, the handle has steel side plates on both sides. The handle is attached with five steel truncated cone-shaped screws and nuts. The nuts are spanner type with slots in the sides. The plate has three etches which are similar to the etches on a saw posted in 2013 by geojoe at this link. In fact two of the etches are nearly identical, with the middle etch being totally different. The etches are as follows: Left: Taylor Brothers Adelaide Works Sheffield with a crown above and a paschal lamb and ADVANCE below. Center: Picture of a factory, presumably Adelaide Works. Right: Doubly Carbonized Imperial Cast Steel Warranted with crown above and paschal lamb and ADVANCE below. I Googled an image of a page from the 1890 Taylor Brothers catalog that shows several of their "ornamental" saws. The image isn't clear enough to tell if either of my saws is listed, but a few look like they could be similar. I plan to clean up and repair these two saws. I think they will make a nice pair given the similarities in their construction.