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266478 "Stager, Scott P." <StagerS@m...> 2018‑09‑09 Keen Kutter K10 saw set
Found one of these in the wild yesterday.  Nickel coating peeling on handle so
cheap.

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.

Tried Google - page after page of ones (and related stuff) for sale.  No pure
reference links.

—Scott
  
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Columbia MO
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266482 Ed Minch <ruby1638@a...> 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
May we have a picture?

Ed Minch
266483 "Stager, Scott P." <StagerS@m...> 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
Reply to own post - Oops

My bad, it is NOT like the Stanley 42 series.  It is what I would call straight
line - handles held at right angles to the saw plate.

—Scott

On Sep 9, 2018, at 11:49 AM, Stager, Scott P.
> wrote:

Found one of these in the wild yesterday.  Nickel coating peeling on handle so
cheap.

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.

Tried Google - page after page of ones (and related stuff) for sale.  No pure
reference links.

—Scott

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Columbia MO
573-474-5955 home
573-424-4764 cell
stagers@m...<mailto:stagers@m...>





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266484 Anthony Seo 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
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
cheap.
>
> 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

http://oldetoo
lshop.com/jointer/miscpics/sawset0302.jpg

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

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

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266485 Ed Minch <ruby1638@a...> 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
The Taintor #7 was nickel plated:

http://lumberjocks.com/kiefer
/blog/29711 <http://lumbe
rjocks.com/kiefer/blog/29711>

I found one and have a friend who said “hey that’s the best one ever made” so I
gave it to him.  Looked like it was stamped steel rather than cast

Ed Minch
266486 "Stager, Scott P." <StagerS@m...> 2018‑09‑09 Re: Keen Kutter K10 saw set
On Sep 9, 2018, at 1:03 PM, Anthony Seo 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
cheap.

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

http://oldetoo
lshop.com/jointer/miscpics/sawset0302.jpg

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.

—Scott


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

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Columbia MO
573-474-5955 home
573-424-4764 cell
stagers@m...<mailto:stagers@m...>
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.

—Scott

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



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
cheap.

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

http://oldetoo
lshop.com/jointer/miscpics/sawset0302.jpg

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.

—Scott


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

--
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/tonyseo
music
Old River Hard Goods
http://oldetoolshop.com/



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Scott Stager
Columbia MO
573-474-5955 home
573-424-4764 cell
stagers@m...<mailto:stagers@m...>





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