I might have the opportunity to buy a saw but I want to know its approximate date first before buying. I have a couple of original Atkins catalogs showing the entire product line. They were pretty well defunct by 1960, so the probability of your having a pre-WW2 saw seems pretty good.
With each branch we have a Repair Department fully equipped with improved appliances and tools.
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Is there an Atkinsonian Institute like the Disstonian Institute - an online history and info source for Atkins saws?
This last weekend, I acquired my second Atkins 10" or so backsaw, slight differences in the saw nuts, and now I'm curious.
There is a crack in the handle and it has a couple of nails in place of the wedge. Please ask any questions you might have before bidding.