Vintage Two-Man & One-Man Crosscut Saw Reference Guide: Henry Disston & Sons, Inc.

The following is a reference guide for Henry Disston & Sons, Inc. crosscut saws, which are well known for their quality and superiority. The guide is not complete but covers 90+ crosscut saws, 35+ handles, and 35+ teeth.

Vintage Crosscut Saws: Henry Disston & Sons, Inc.

Both two-man and one-man crosscut saws are included in this list.

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California

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Climax

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Electric

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Fleam

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Humboldt

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Lancet

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Pacific Coast

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Nonpareil

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No. 1, Champion

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No. 1, Diamond

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No. 1, Extra Champion

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One-Man

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No. 1, Great American

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No. 1, Lance Perforated

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One-Man

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No. 1, Lumberman

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No. 1, Plain

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No. 1, Tenon

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This style of cross-cut saw is perhaps the oldest form in use. It is still used by a great many for bridge work, framing, and ordinary two-man sawing where one tool must do many kinds of work.

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No. 1, Tuttle

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No. 2, Champion

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One-Man

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No. 2, Hook

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No. 2, Lance Perforated

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One-Man

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No. 2, Plain

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No. 3, Keystone Champion

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One-Man

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No. 3, Plain

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No. 4, Mine Saw

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 4 Mine Saw is made especially for use in mines. Blade of Disston Steel, straight-back, taper ground from tooth edge to back.

Special plain teeth for fast cutting; recommended for general rough work. Malleable iron handle, with Parkerized finish, comfortable grip. Two stainless steel rivets.

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No. 4, Plain

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No. 17, Utility Speed Saw

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 17 Utility Speed Saw has specially designed fast cutting-teeth. For heavy lumber in mines, construction work, shipyards, docks, railroads.

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No. 114, Lance Perforated (Old No. 477)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 114, Lance Perforated, Cross-Cut Saw is used for both felling and bucking; a full-width saw, straight back; four-cutting-teeth-to-one-raker type; teeth supported by bridges.

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No. 115, Perforated Lance

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 115 Perforated Lance Cross-cut Saw has Disston Steel Blade, ground by Disston "Tru-Curve" taper ground method. 5 gauges thinner on back.

Suited for felling and bucking of soft and hard medium size timber; this saw will stay sharp, cut easy and requires very little set.

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No. 117, Cut-End Perforated Lance (Old No. 479)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 117, Cut-End Perforated Lance, Cross-Cut Saw has teeth cut to extreme ends of blade. A good, medium-priced blade; full width, full breasted, straight back; four-cutting-teeth-to-one-raker type; popular with those who use a cross-cut for ordinary work.

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No. 124, Great American (Old No. 1)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 124, Great American, Cross-Cut Saw is made full width; straight back; used mostly for cutting seasoned lumber. Teeth are arranged in separate sections of three teeth-no rakers. That is why saw is popular for cutting across the grain as is done in "framing" work, etc.

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No. 143, Perforated Lance

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Medium Wide Sway-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 143 Perforated Lance Cross-cut Saw has Disston Steel Blade, ground by Disston "Tru-Curve" taper method, 3 gauges thinner on back.

Especially designed for felling and bucking of small timber and popular with Pulpwood Contractors. A fast and easy running saw.

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No. 144, Ozark (Old No. 260)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 144, Ozark, Cross-Cut Saw is a good, medium-priced saw; full width; straight back; two-cutter-one-raker-tooth type.

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No. 152, Champion

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 152, Champion, Cross-Cut Saw is the same as the No. 154 Champion Cross-Cut Saw except that it is taper-ground two gauges thinner on back than on tooth edge.

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No. 154, Champion (Old No. 1)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 154, Champion, Cross-Cut Saw is a two-cutter-one-raker-type; full width, straight back. Good medium-priced saw, in demand for ordinary sawing.

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No. 155, Champion

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 155 Champion Cross-cut Saw has a wall tempered Disston Steel blade, ground by Disston "Tru-Curve" taper method. 5 gauges thinner on back.

A fast, smooth and easy cutting saw, suited for felling and bucking hard timber. Very little set is required. A good medium priced saw.

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No. 162, Plain Tooth

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 162, Plain Tooth, Cross-Cut Saw is same as the No. 164 Plain, except it is two gauges thinner on back than on the tooth edge. Saws-5½ feet and smaller have ¾ inch space; 6 feet and larger, 1¼ inch space.

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No. 164, Plain Tooth (Old No. 1)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 164, Plain Tooth, Cross-Cut Saw is made full-width; with straight back; a saw easy to keep in order; both sides of tooth are filed at the same angle; only one angle of bevel on the teeth. Saws-5½ feet and smaller have ¾ inch space; 6 feet and 7 feet, 1¼ inch space.

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No. 174, Tenon Tooth (Old No. 1)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 174, Tenon Tooth, Cross-Cut Saw is perhaps one of the oldest type cross-cut saws made, but very efficient for cutting seasoned lumber, for bridge work, etc. A full-width, straight back saw; all cutting teeth, no rakers; teeth on four-feet saws have ½ inch space; teeth on 4½-feet saws and longer lengths have ⅝ inch space.

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No. 184, Lumberman (Old No. 1)

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 184, Lumberman, Cross-Cut Saw is a full width, made with all cutting teeth-no-rakers; used mostly for cuttng seasoned lumber, and for cutting diagonally across the grain as is done in “framing” work. etc.

This is a wide blade saw; full breasted.

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No. 191, Plain

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One-Man

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No. 196, Docking Saw

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One-Man

The Disston No. 196 Docking Saw is made for rough, heavy work in lumber yards, ship yards, car shops, on the farm, in the mine. for railroad work, etc.

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No. 214, Triumph Lance Perforated (Old No. 492)

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Hollow Back

The Disston No. 214, Triumph Lance, Perforated Cross-Cut Saw is a narrow blade, hollow-back saw; a four-cutting-teeth-to-one-raker type; long, strong, perforated teeth; wide gullets.

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No. 224, Triumph Great American (Old No. 368)

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The Disston No. 224, Triumph Great American has three cutting teeth to a section: no rakers; used for cutting seasoned lumber, and for cutting diagonally across the grain, in framing, etc. A narrow hollow-back blade of Disston steel. A fine tooth is used in all saws up to 4½ feet; a coarse tooth on lengths over 4½ feet.

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No. 234, Triump Diamond (Old No. 364)

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The Disston No. 234, Triumph Diamond Cross-Cut Saw is made with two cutting teeth to one raker tooth, and a section of two cutting teeth at each end of blade.

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No. 254, Triumph Champion (Old No. 286)

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The Disston No. 254. Triumph Champion, Cross-Cut Saw has two cutting teeth to one raker; in demand mostly by people who need a saw for ordinary work. The medium tooth is standard up to and including 4½ feet-over this length the coarse tooth is standard.

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No. 261, Lumberman

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One-Man

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No. 264, Triumph Plain (Old No. 284)

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The Disston No. 264, Triumph Plain, Cross-Cut Saw is an all-cutter tooth type. Made with square gullets.

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No. 270, Zip

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Hollow Back

The Disston No. 270, Zip, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is a fast, easy-cutting, long-wearing saw, made medium width with hollow back; has two-cutting-teeth-to-one-raker; used for felling and bucking timber of medium size.

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No. 285, Great Southern

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No. 286. Triumph Champion

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No. 287, Diamond Point Vim Champion

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No. 288, Kennebago

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Hollow Back

The Disston No. 288, Kennebago, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is made with hollow-back, full-breasted; two Cutter teeth to one raker; for both felling and bucking.

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No. 289, Virginian

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 289, Virginian, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is a full-width, full-breasted saw, two cutting teeth-to-one-raker type.

Used for felling and bucking.

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No. 298, Falcon Falling

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No. 299, Falcon

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No. 324, Keystone Triumph Great American

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The No. 324, Keystone Triumph Great American, Cross-Cut Saw is made with sections of three cutting teeth-no rakers. Made in seven different lengths; all three inches wide. Blade of special steel, etched "Keystone."

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No. 334, Keystone Triump Diamond

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The No. 334, Keystone Triumph Diamond, Cross-Cut Saw is made with two cutting teeth to a raker. Made in three different lengths; all three inches wide. Special steel blade, etched "Keystone."

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No. 354, Keystone Triumph Champion

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The No. 354, Keystone Triumph Champion, Cross-Cut Saw is a two-cutter-to-one-raker type: blade of special steel; etched "Keystone." Made in five different lengths, all three inches wide.

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No. 364, Keystone Triump Plain

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The No. 364, Keystone Triumph Plain, Cross-Cut Saw has all cutting teeth; square gullets; no rakers; readily filed and kept in order. Made in three different sizes; all three inches wide. Blade of special steel.

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No. 365, Lancet

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No. 368, Triumph Great American

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No. 373, Great American

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One-Man

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No. 400

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Straight Back

The Disston No. 400, Two-Man Cross-Cut Saw is especially adapted for sawing mine timber, for tie hacking, for pole, piling, bridge, and construction work. Popular in Western woods for both felling and bucking.

Disston No. 128 Cross-Cut Saw Handle is the proper handle for use on the No. 400 Saw.

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No. 410, Cedar Savage

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One-Man

The Disston Cedar Savage One-Man Cross-cut Saw is especially adapted for cutting cedar. It is designed to be used by one man, although it can be fitted with an auxiliary handle for two men's use. It is made of the same quality Disston-made Steel as Disston Hand Saws. The blade is narrower than the regular one-man cross-cut saw (of which Disston makes a complete line and, being ground to a taper, affords the necessary clearance with least amound of set.

This is a "four cutter" saw. The teeth are deep with special shaped undercut and ample gullet room. It is fitted with a large handle with two horns, made of selected. thoroughly seasoned hardwood. The grip is extra large, suitable for a gloved hand. This saw is made in lengths 3 to 6 feet.

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No. 448, Cougar Felling

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No. 449, Cougar

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No. 470, Buzz

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 470. Buzz, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is medium width; has four cutting teeth to one raker, and is used principally for felling and bucking medium size timber.

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No. 471, Henry

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Hollow Back, Pacific Coast Pattern

The Disston No. 471, Henry, Precision-Ground CrossCut Saw is made especially for pine and small timber operations when two men fell and buck together. Wide gullets avoid choking and dragging. Medium width blade runs free in binding timber and requires very little set. Full curved breast; light in weight due to hollow back.

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No. 472, Henry

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Hollow Back

The Disston No. 472, Henry, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is a four-cutter-to-one-raker tooth type; medium width blade; hollow back makes it light in weight; used for felling and bucking timber.

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No. 475, Perforated Lance

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Medium Wide Sway-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 475 Perforated Lance Cross-cut Saw has Disston Steel Blade, ground by Disston "Tru-Curve" taper method, 5 gauges thinner on the back.

An excellent saw for falling and bucking medium size soft and hard timber. This saw will stay sharp and cut easy with very little set.

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No. 477, Lance-Perforated

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No. 489, Oriole

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No. 494, Beaver

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Hollow Back

The Disston No. 494, Beaver, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is a four-cutting-teeth-to-one-raker type, designed for felling and bucking small timber. The blade is narrow with a hollow back to give sufficient breast or curve to cutting edge. A great favorite with pulpwood cutters.

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No. 495, Suwanee

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Straight-Back

The Disston No. 495. Suwanee, Precision-Ground CrossCut Saw is a full-width, full-breasted saw, four-cutting- teeth-to-one-raker type; used for felling and bucking timber.

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No. 496, Nevada Felling

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Hollow Back, Pacific Coast Saw

The No. 496, Nevada Felling, Cross-Cut Saw is mostly used for felling the large timbers of the Pacific Coast. It is a hollow back blade of the four-cutter one-raker tooth type; deep, Wide gullets.

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No. 497, Nevada Bucking

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Straight-Back, Pacific Coast Saw

The No. 497, Nevada Bucking, Cross-Cut Saw is another Pacific Coast Saw, used for bucking the large logs of that section. A wide blade saw; four-Cutter-to-one-raker-tooth type; deep, wide gullets.

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No. 498, Felling

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No. 499, Bucking

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No. 513, Mine Saw

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No, 513 Mine Saw is made especially for use in mines. Blade of Disston Steel, straight back, taper ground from tooth edge to back.

Cedar Savage Tooth, four cutting teeth to one raker.

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No. 514, Lance Perforated (Old No. 2)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 514, Lance Perforated, is an excellent saw for heavy cutting. Full-width blade, long, narrow, perforated cutting teeth, "bridged" for stiffness. Section of fine, sharp teeth at point to start cut. One raker tooth for every four cutting teeth. Taper ground from cutting edge to the back, affording clearance in the cut.

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No. 524, Great American (Old No. 373)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 524, Great American, is made with sections of three-cutting teeth to one gullet-no rakers. An all-around saw, excellent for framing work, as it makes a fine, straight cut. Small teeth at point aid in starting cut.

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No. 554, Champion (Old No. 2)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 554. Champion, is a good medium priced, all around saw. Medium width blade; two-cutter-one-raker type; finer teeth at point for starting cut.

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No. 564, Plain (Old No. 191)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 564, Plain, is a good "all-around" Saw with all cutting teeth. Disston steel blade, straight back. Breast of blade is slightly curved. Ground by a special Disston process on lines to conform with tooth edge. Two gauges thinner on back than on tooth edge. Teeth on all lengths ⅝-inch space.

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No. 574, Tenon (Old No. 2)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The Disston No. 574, Tenon, One-Man Cross-Cut Saw is an all-cutter-tooth type. Fine for cutting diagonally; no rakers to follow soft grain of wood and pull saw out of line.

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No. 598, Triumph Toledo

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No. 599, Toledo

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No. 654, Keystone Champion (Old No. 3)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The No. 654, Keystone Champion, One-Man Cross-Cut Saw is a medium-priced Saw; two-cutter-one-raker type; made from special steel; has section of fine sharp teeth at point for starting cut. Popular saw with users who do not have constant use for a cross-cut saw, and with whom ordinary speed in cutting meets the demand.

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No. 664, Keystone Plain (Old No. 198)

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One-Man, Straight-Back

The No. 664, Keystone Plain, One-Man Cross-Cut Saw is a good, medium-priced saw for general work around the farm; Breast is slightly curved.

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No. 7-11, Bucking

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Straight-Back, Pacific Coast Saw

The Disston No. 7-11, Bucking, Precision-Ground Cross-Cut Saw is designed especially for bucking the fir, spruce, hemlock, cedar, and pine of the Pacific Northwest. Wide blade, straight back; true curve to cutting edge; rakers are left full-length; teeth are long and strong, have wide bevels-left without set so that filer or user can fit them for any kind of timber without waste of time or material. A faster-cutting, easy-running, longer-wearing saw.

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No. 7-11, Felling

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Hollow Back, Pacific Coast Saw

The Disston No. 7-11, Felling, Precision-Ground CrossCut Saw is a four-cutter-to-one-raker type, especially adapted for Pacific Northwest fir, spruce, hemlock, and pine timber operations. Medium blade, hollow back, true curve on cutting edge. Rakers are left full-length. Teeth, long and strong, have generous bevel and are left without set; filer can fit them for any timber without waste of time or material. A faster, easier-cutting, longer wearing saw.

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No. 712, Timber Chief

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Medium Wide Sway-Back Pattern

The Disston No. 712 Timber Chief Precision-ground Cross-cut Saw is a fast cutting saw especially developed for pine, fir, spruce, and small timber in the western states. Made of Disston Alloy Steel, high temper, precision ground thinner on back than on cutting edge.

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No. D10, Two Cutter

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One-Man

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No. D210, Four Cutter

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One-Man

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No. D-410, Cedar Savage

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One-Man, Skew-Back

The Disston No. D-410 Cedar Savage, One-Man Cross-Cut Saw is one of the best saws made. It is designed for fast cutting and easy running in all kinds of timbers. It is especially popular for cutting cedar.

It is taper-ground from tooth edge to back, and from point of saw to the butt. This affords ample clearance with the least degree of set

This saw has a long sweep, the teeth extending from the extreme point to the extreme butt. It is often used for felling trees.

The tooth edge of a four foot Cedar Savage Saw measures exactly four feet and can be used in laying off a log in four-feet multiples, a convenience especially appreciated by cedar cutters.

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No. D-420

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One-Man, Skew-Back

The Disston No. D420, One-Man Cross-Cut Saw is made heavy and stiff. It is especially adapted for cutting mine timbers, tie hacking, felling and bucking small timbers. It will give splendid service on the farm wood lot and as a general purpose saw.

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No. K-140, Keystone Perforated Lance Wide

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No. K-220, Keystone Great American Wide

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No. K-520, Champion

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

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No. K-620, Plain Tooth

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Medium Wide Straight-Back Pattern

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No. K-814, Perforated Lance

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Narrow Hollow-Back Pattern

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No. K-854, Champion

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Narrow Hollow-Back Pattern

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No. K-864, Keystone Plain Narrow

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No. K-954, Champion

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One-Man, Straight-Back

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No. K-964, Plain Tooth

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One-Man, Straight-Back

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Other Known Vintage Crosscut Saws: Henry Disston & Sons, Inc.

The following are crosscut saws that were mentioned in the tool catalogs, but were not illustrated.


Vintage Crosscut Saw Teeth: Henry Disston & Sons, Inc.

The following are various types of teeth found on Henry Disston & Sons, Inc. One-Man and Two-Man crosscut saws.

Disston Tooth Style Champion.jpg Disston Tooth Style Champion No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Cougar.jpg Disston Tooth Style Diamond.jpg Disston Tooth Style Diamond No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Diamond Point Vim Champion.jpg Disston Tooth Style Electric.jpg Disston Tooth Style Fleam.jpg Disston Tooth Style Great American.jpg Disston Tooth Style Great American No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Great Southern.jpg Disston Tooth Style International.jpg Disston Tooth Style Lancet.jpg Disston Tooth Style Lancet No 365.jpg Disston Tooth Style Lumbermen.jpg Disston Tooth Style Lumbermen No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Nevada.jpg Disston Tooth Style Nevada No 497.jpg Disston Tooth Style Oregon.jpg Disston Tooth Style Oregon No 473.jpg Disston Tooth Style Oriole.jpg Disston Tooth Style Pacific.jpg Disston Tooth Style Perforated Champion.jpg Disston Tooth Style Perforated Lance.jpg Disston Tooth Style Perforated Lance No 477.jpg Disston Tooth Style Perforated Oregon.jpg Disston Tooth Style Perforated Oregon No 475.jpg Disston Tooth Style Plain.jpg Disston Tooth Style Plain No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Suwanee No 495.jpg Disston Tooth Style Tenon.jpg Disston Tooth Style Tenon No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Tuttle.jpg Disston Tooth Style Tuttle No 1.jpg Disston Tooth Style Virginian No 289.jpg Disston Tooth Style Wizard.jpg

Vintage Crosscut Saw Handles: Henry Disston & Sons, Inc.

The following are the handles for Henry Disston & Sons, Inc. Two-Man crosscut saws and One-Man crosscut saws.

Two-Man Crosscut Saw Handles

Disston Handle No 001.jpg Disston Handle No 002.jpg Disston Handle No 003.jpg Disston Handle No 004.jpg Disston Handle No 006.jpg Disston Handle No 007.jpg Disston Handle No 012.jpg Disston Handle No 013.jpg Disston Handle No 015.jpg Disston Handle No 016.jpg Disston Handle No 022.jpg Disston Handle No 100.jpg Disston Handle No 101.jpg Disston Handle No 102.5.jpg Disston Handle No 103.jpg Disston Handle No 106.jpg Disston Handle No 108.jpg Disston Handle No 109.jpg Disston Handle No 110.5.jpg Disston Handle No 113.jpg Disston Handle No 116.jpg Disston Handle No 118.jpg Disston Handle No 119.jpg Disston Handle No 120.jpg Disston Handle No 122.jpg Disston Handle No 122 Sectional View.jpg Disston Handle No 123.jpg Disston Handle No 124.jpg Disston Handle No 126.jpg Disston Handle No 127.jpg Disston Handle No 128.jpg Disston Handle No 222.jpg

One-Man Crosscut Saw Handles

Disston Handle Ideal One Man.jpg Disston Handle One Man.jpg Disston Handle Supplementary One Man.jpg Disston Handle No 218.jpg Disston Handle No 318.jpg Disston Handle No 418.jpg

Source: Tool Catalogs

The following tool catalogs were researched to make this reference guide.

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