In between working on saws for other people, I've picked up a few saws this winter to add to my own till. This first saw is by Lemuel Wheeler. Lemuel was the son of Elisha Pearl Wheeler, noted partner of sawmakers Wheeler, Madden & Clemson of MIddletown, NY. Lemuel joined the firm in 1868 and remained until his untimely death in 1873. Presumably this saw was made during that period. The apple handle is particularly nice, and the etch is an interesting one.
This next saw is a Warranted Superior "hardware store" saw. I acquired it for only one reason -- It was sold by Missoula Mercantile, a general merchandise store that began in my home town in about 1880. The saw was actually sold in the Kalispell branch store of Missoula Merc sometime prior to 1911. You can read more about this saw here.
Finally, a little British dovetail saw by Waller. There aren't many saws known by this maker, and it's hard to find out much about him. The saw is in good condition and didn't require restoration.