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02/24/2021 12:42 PM
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OLD CAST IRON MITER WITH 23 SAW

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Rating: 7 miter box, 5 saw
Comments. This lot includes a Miller Falls size 1, no 69 miter box that has a cast-iron frame, adjustable as well as angled saw holder, holes on the legs for mounting and has a patent date on it of Aug 6, 1895. Also included is a vintage marked Miller Falls miter saw with very sharp teeth, thick steel top edge cover and was made by Disston & Sons of Philadelphia. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, minor surface rust, soiling/stains, the cuts in the wood piece on the top and the saw's handle has breaks as well as missing pieces as seen in our photograph. This item is well-made and heavy for the size.


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