Here is a group of hand saws to be restored. Couple of Disstons, a Warranted Superior, and a stainless steel tapered Craftsman, a back saw, and some junk. Have to repair the two Disston handles, and make a couple new ones. I traced the wheat carving into a digital image and the file can be downloaded below. It should print out the correct size for a "thumby" handle (a Disston handle with a thumb hole). I will be carving the wheat pattern into the two thumbhole handles shown with repairs, and the new ones. I just think the wheat carvings are classy. The handle I used for wheat pattern master is extra and has a repaired upper horn. All will be stripped, bleached and finished with some stain and Antique Oil until they glow. The repaired handles are going back on their original blades. The blades are in various stages of need for resharpening, which I will do with great care. I really dislike dull tools.
Dan is an experienced woodworker who is anxious to make an heirloom of the future for you.