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266487 "Stager, Scott P." <StagerS@m...> 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
OK, why did the oldtools server throw away the quote levels that were in this
message I sent?  My original in sent folder still has them.  They sure make it
easier to read and keep track of who wrote what.



On Sep 9, 2018, at 2:14 PM, Stager, Scott P. >

On Sep 9, 2018, at 1:03 PM, Anthony Seo mailto:tonyseo@p...><mailto:tonyseo@p...>> wrote:

On 9/9/2018 12:49 PM, Stager, Scott P. wrote:
Found one of these in the wild yesterday.  Nickel coating peeling on handle so

Anyone know who might have made it?  What name brand it is a relative of?  I
think It looks a lot like the Stanley 42 series, but I’m no expert.

If it looks like this one


It's based on the Morrill patent sawset which was made by a number of makers
over the years.

Very very similar.  Only difference is that the saw plate holder or guide is a
screw (with lock nut) that goes through an extension of the main casting under
the adjustable round anvil.  Likely a later modification with new patent.  KK
Logo on front is identical as is the Keen Kutter spelled out and cast into
handle.  There is a number cast into the moving handle, but can’t make it out.
2 sets of 3 numbers.

Sorry - don’t have a place to post a picture.


Tony (where the rain never ends...sigh)

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