This vintage saw has a handle that would typically be found on a key hole saw but this does not have a key hole blade. Often sold as a nest of saws was a key hole blade, a compass blade and lastly a pruning blade which is what this one resembles, however the handle is small enough to be a child's and the teeth on the blade have never been sharpened or set so it might be considered a toy tool. There is a wing nut on the handle to release the blade. The blade actually has three notches so it can be set at three different angles. I have included a picture comparing the handle size with a standard key hole saw handle and also a picture comparing it with a standard child's hand saw from an old child's tool box.
It measures about 16 5/8" overall in length and the toothed part of the blade measures about 12". The wood handle is in very nice condition. The blade has some rust and discoloration and is not perfectly straight with a little wobble in it.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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Item ID: 18009
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