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    Is this saw of any value to anyone?

    Aluminum and wood handle although the wood part (tote?) is broken, it's all there just broken in the middle. Does this have any value? Does anyone just NEED and HAVE to have this saw for their collection? What should I do with it?



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    Thanks, Mark.

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    I think that's from some time in the 60's. Doesn't seem to have a lot of attention on the antique tool sites, but I'd bet it's a decent user saw.
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