The following pages were originally developed by Ralph Brendler from a reprinted 1914 Henry Disston & Sons catalog. The pages have been rendered as faithfully as possible, but with the shortcomings of the HTML language some of the original layout was sacrificed in favor of readability. Any spelling errors may be the fault of missed corrections of the scanned text, but much of the unusual grammar and punctuation is original, and reflective of the time period.
For much more on Disston and their saws, visit the online reference, The Disstonian Institute!
Please do not contact me with questions about your saw or what it is worth. I really do not have much more information than what is listed here. When I need information about a saw I search on the internet and could spend a few hours or more searching. As far as price, if you are planning to sell the saw, I would list it on eBay and see what it goes for. It is my experience that saws do not go for much unless rare even if it is a good saw. If you are planning to sell it elsewhere then watch all the eBay saw listings for a month or two or check the completed listings to get an idea of value. If it is not that important to you to spend that amount of time, please don't ask me to do something you are not willing to do.
If you encounter any errors, have comments/suggestions on the pages, please let me know. Enjoy!