Other Makers

Here you will find saws made by makers other than Disston. I have to admit, I have a preference for Disston saws. Maybe it is because they were the biggest, maybe because they were the most innovative and maybe it's because I was born in Pennsylvania where they were made. It also doesn't hurt that the vast majority of saws found in the wild are made by Disston.

In any case, there were other makers who made saws every bit as functional and as good as those made by Disston. People sometime refer to the big "3" which included Disston, Atkins and Simonds. While neither Atkins or Simonds made saws as long as Disston, they did make a great product. There are also lots of smaller firms which also were competition ...especially in the early years before 1900. These include Richardson, Woodrough and McParlin, Peace, Bishop and several others.

Like other saws for sale on the site, these saws are sold sharp, set and ready to cut. Buy with confidence, if you see it here, it will get the job done.




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OMC1 -- E.C. Atkins

OMC1 -- E.C. Atkins

1948 era No 65 "Ship Point" 8 point cross cut. Blade is bright with a few spots of tarnish, 6 3/8 high at heel and faint etch. Fully carved cherry...
$150.00

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OMR1 -- Spear & Jackson

OMR1 -- Spear & Jackson

1875 era Spear and Jackson No 24 28" 4 point rip saw rates fine overall. Blade is 28" long and 7 3/4" high at heel. Blade is clean and bright with...
$400.00

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OMR6 -- Wedgeway

OMR6 -- Wedgeway

1920 era 5 1/2 point rip saw marked Wedgeway. Blade clean and mostly bright and with very detailed bold etch, 28" long and 6 3/8" high at heel....
$160.00

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OMR8 -- E.C. Atkins

OMR8 -- E.C. Atkins

1940 era No 53 "Ship Point" 5 point rip rates fine- overall. Blade measures 26" by 6 1/8" high at heel. Blade clean and bright with faint etch. Fully...
$160.00

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