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W Tyzack saw markings 4 Years, 11 Months ago  
HI Guys,

Just wondering if anyone out there has a good image or knows where I may see some tyzack blade markings preferably the early stamped marks?

I recently got a nice W Tyzack saw that has a stamped marking on the blade however Its not complete and may have Turner underder the arched W.Tyzack SOns but its hard to tell. Having turner in the marking also has a bearing on the saws age.
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Re:W Tyzack saw markings 4 Years, 11 Months ago  
You can look at the trade marks here for examples of the two most common Tyzack markings. William Tyzack, William Tyzack & Sons, and William Tyzack Sons & Turner (the most common) have the elephant marking. Joseph Tyzack & Son has the "three legs" marking.
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Re:W Tyzack saw markings 4 Years, 11 Months ago  
I've put an image in my gallery of a Tyzack and Sons saw. As you can see there is not much of the marking left that is distinct and nothing exists on the blade if it ever did. I hope that this helps, but I fear that it may not.
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Re:W Tyzack saw markings 4 Years, 5 Months ago  
I have just found the following website.

http://www.tyzack.net/catalogues.html

It has a number of saws illustrated on it, most are handsaws and some are backsaws and although the detailed reproduction of the images from the catalogue leaves a little to be desired, it is very interesting. For those of you interested in tools other than saws, it has a range of Tyzack woodworking tools.

Hope that this is of interest.

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