Plier Type Saw Sets

 

Plier type saw sets are designed as a set of pliers with two handles. Common plier saw sets were sold in the millions and some are still sold to this day. These represent the most useful and easiest to use. For the craftsman looking for a saw set, these are recommend. From my experience the Stanley and Stearn's pistol grip are the best bet, there are a lot of them out there and the prices are reasonable. Don't buy any saw set that has a worn anvil or plunger, unless you are building a collection.

Most of the more common saw sets are listed in #1, #2 & #3 with the bulk of the more uncommon ones listed in the others that follow. Uncommon plier type saw sets are ones not commonly seen at flea markets or on Ebay. These represent some of the more collectable and valuable designs.  

European saw sets are listed in European style  along with a link to a German site with many saw set pictures.

List of patent numbers for Plier Type saw sets in this resource patent list

Click on the picture for each category 

 

 

 
Disston
Leach
Stanley
Stearns
Taintor
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#1

 
Morrill
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#2

 
Bergman
Eclipse
Holt
Keen Kutter
Millers Falls
Sanvik
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#3

Bemis & Call
Borthwick
Buell
Burr
Boyton
Eddy
Ellrich
Fager
Fenner
 
Foster
Garland
Hart
Keller
Leopold
Lester
L'Hote
F G Rice
Terrill
True
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#4

Aber
Broadhead
Brooks
Burgess
Chase
Croissant
Foley
Geer
Gibbons

Goodell

Nash
Niesman
Parker
Rust
Spiller
Waste, Millington & Hutchins
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#5

B.M.C.F.&Co
Barber
Johnson
Jones
Koons & Metzger
 
 
Otis Smith
Simonds
Trickett
Wheeler
Wynn
 
 
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#6

Avery
Baker  
Begbie  
Buser
Cottrell
Disston Cam
Fischer
Grandy
Laybolt
Noepel & Assmann
Packard
Tattershall
Weaver
Webb
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#7

 
John McIntosh
Stoval
Unknown maker
Missing in action
 
 

 Plier Saw Sets Page#8

 Plier Saw Sets European Style

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