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Catalog Number 2013.007.016
Description Cross-Cut Saw Handle, c. 1930-1960. Cylindrical wooden handle extends length. Screw attaches perpendicularly to wooden handle and runs length through wood. Opposite side of screw has cylindrical metal handle piece. Split rectangular metal piece rotates around screw next to handle. Screw ends with metal bolt.
Object Name Handle
Collection 3D - Agricultural Tools & Equipment
Title Cross-cut Saw Handle, c. 1930-1960
Date c. 1930-1960
Creator Unknown
Role Manufacturer
Inscription Text None.
Notes "A crosscut saw (thwart saw) is a general term for any saw blade for cutting wood perpendicular (against) the wood grain. Crosscut saws may be small or large, with small teeth close together for fine work like woodworking or large for coarse work like log bucking, and can be a hand tool or power tool." [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crosscut_saw#History 7/22/2015]
Dimensions H-9.75 W-5.875 D-1.5 inches
Search Terms Bandit Built Store
Cavalli Family
Cavalli Family
Cavalli Bros. Store
Cavalli, Charles
Cavalli, Frank G.
Cavalli, Milton R.
La Honda - Businesses
Saws
Woodcutters
Subjects Crosscut saws
Saws
Woodcuts
Woodcutters
Woodcutting
People Cavalli Family
Cavalli, Charles and Frank
Cavalli, Milton R.