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US Patent: 311,435
Saw
Patentee:
Almon Lord - Brooklyn, NY

USPTO Classifications:
30/514, 30/525

Tool Categories:
woodworking tools : handsaws : saw handles

Assignees:
William H. Hankin - Brooklyn, NY

Manufacturer:
Harvey W. Peace - Brooklyn, NY
Henry Disston & Sons - Philadelphia, PA

Witnesses:
W. Hauff
E. F. Kastenhuber

Patent Dates:
Applied: Aug. 21, 1884
Granted: Jan. 27, 1885

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Henry Disston & Sons
Description:
Metal strap is riveted to the blade and attached to the handle by screws. Very similar to, and references Hankin's patent 295,385, with the exception that the metal "clamps" the handle by extending past the top surface to embrace a portion of the handle side. Originally produced by Harvey W. Peace Co. and marketed as the "Vulcan" and later produced by Henry Disston and Sons as the D-24 Pruning Saw.

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