The last model medallion produced by Disston before they were sold the the Porter Cable Company in Disston subsequently constructed a special rolling mill exclusively for saw blades. Disston",post-Hamilton saws marked "and Son",and post-Albert saws marked "and Sons", after In addition, the design of the scales and beam have changed once again. This Philadelphia neighborhood seems to have been the only company town in the United States established within an existing city. The saws' consistently high quality kept the company strong for another three generations after Henry Disston's death.
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This has brought many saws to the eyes of collectors for the first time, but has also pointed out there are far too many saws with medallions that were thought to be made in the 's.
The Medallions and Timeline of Saw Manufacture
Much loved by the other workers in the plant, Hamilton gradually took over many responsibilities of running the plant, often acting as a conduit to address worker concerns to upper management. I guarantee that one of your elderly male relatives has a shed filled with rusting tools unless you are the elderly male relative. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The eye and neck feathers are even less refined than before. Examples of this style have been observed in brass, nickel plated brass, and steel, depending on the period of war production. A successor corporation, still active in Philadelphia, is called Disston Precision.