Two old hand saws by Diston, made in Philadelphia, PA
and feature carved wooden handles in the Eastlake style.
You get both saws for the price;
they seem to have been together for a while.
One saw seems newer, has a red-tone wooden handle
and the blade is 26 inches long, marked with a 9 and is a bit wider than the
It is in good condition
and you can see a bit of the original scrolling letters on the blade itself
as well as the larger Diston logo in the middle.
The other saw is also 26 inches long
but is marked with an 8 and is bit narrower.
The handle is more aged and has a paper label that reads
"When dull return to
Harold's Saw Filing Service
127 E. Chester St. Kington, NY."
The label places it upstate from Poughkeepsie, NY
and I would guess about 1940s or early 1950s.
Both saws are in pretty good shape but the blades are really oxidized.
I saw a lot of tutorials for giving them a vinegar soak to make them shiny
but I decided to leave them with their original patina
and wiped them down with a bit of orange oil.
You get both saws for the price,
plus shipping and insurance.