Before I start this post I would like to thank Ray for helping me get registered and confirmed. I have been lurking in the background but regularly visited for research and information. This is a Wm Marsden 10” dovetail saw. The blade is tapered slightly from 1- 3/4” at the point where the spine enters the mortise to 1- 5/8” at the toe. It is currently filed (badly) at 12 1/2- 13 tpi. The spine has a slight taper in height from heel 11/16ths to toe 43/64ths and also tapers in thickness (width) from 1/4” at the heel to 7/32” at the toe (measured at the thickest part of the fold). The top horn has been repaired. The handle appears to be English beech although more rift than quarter sawn. The stamp sits very low on the spine and I think the CAST STEEL has a • in between the words, although I’m not positive due to the size. It could just be an errant ding that happens to be in the right place. Overall a nice comfortable saw. Based on my copy of BSSM I would think it was made c1830 and seems to match the stamp in the book. Although mine seems to measure 40mm instead of the 38mm the book has. Most likely an error by me. Any thoughts would be appreciated. If I left out anything I’ll be happy to add the info if I have it.