Someone a while back asked If I knew where any of these were? This one was featured on my older brother's work shop wall! It was Woodwidow's grandfather's and He used it to cut firewood with it at Kits Beach in Vancouver in an area where chainsaws were not allowed. He used it up until he was almost 90 years of age. One of the Parks Board workers who cleared the beaches of debris and logs liked the old gentleman so much that he would set logs up on cross logs far out of the sand for him! When Woodwidow's grandfather passed away 15 years ago at 1 day and 1 month shy of 100 yrs., this saw became ours. An older brother fell in love with it, took it home, sharpened and restored the finish and featured it on his shop wall. Well, the sad part of this story, my brother recently lost a short battle to stomach cancer so the saw has now returned to us and will be proudly displayed in our family room. The tooth guard that was made by Woodwidow's Grandfather is one solid piece and was curved using a steam box!