PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw
PREMIUM Quality SHARP! Antique LLOYD DAVIS Vintage 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw

SOLD Vintage SHARP! Vintage LLOYD DAVIS 6PPI Xcut Crosscut SAW Handsaw S76

Vendor
Lloyd Davis
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$140.00
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ITEM DESCRIPTION

Vintage hand tools - PREMIUM Quality saw S76 EB#345:


Up for sale is a gorgeous No:179 6PPI Crosscut SAW by LLOYD DAVIS (Spear & Jackson) of Sheffield.

A 26" / 660mm long blade, a fast cutting 6PPI crosscut profile & freshly hand sharpened with 15° of rake & 25° of fleam, with a detailed etch, one part of the etch reads "Extra Spring Temper, Lloyd Davis, Sovereign Saw", this saw cuts fast, great for fencing or framing.


Spear & Jackson were making saws in Sheffield from 1833 & are still going in some capacity today, the official company history has their start date as 1760 when Alexander Spear started a hardware & steel making business with William Love, Samuel Jackson became a partner in 1825, & the rest as they say is history,  comparing the etch with known examples indicates that this saw is of 1920-30s manufacture.


A chip carved handle & Extra Spring Temper blade, this is a saw from the "Golden Years" of saw manufacture 1870-1940s, when their skill was at it's zenith & the materials were high quality & makers took pride in their work & stood by their tools as a quality product, carpenters weren't using hand held circular saws yet, so they needed saws that worked well & held an edge.

This saw is for the woodworker that is happy to work unplugged, you'll know what I mean when you read this, it's like fast food vs slow food, it's getting back to the heart of woodworking & using your hands, not flicking a switch & listening to a screaming power tool.


Weight - 750g

Overall length - 77cm

CONDITION

In authentic vintage condition, wear and tear consistent with age and use, the blade is straight & this saw is freshly hand sharpened, a detailed etch, light patches of cosmetic pitting only, this saw is extra tidy & has done little work, freshly hand sharpened & ready to go to work in the discerning workshop.

Please check the photos as they are part of the description.