Wanting a coping saw so looking around my local boot market I come across a nice Eclipse one mine for £1.00 not bad as it looks new, Went on to a nice guy called William, now William sometimes has axes, too late he sold an axe head prior to me getting there late but I picked up the stag handled carving knife, now this fits lovely in the left hand as it curves into the palm. so I might make a stick tang left hander out of it.
Looking at the two hand tools on Williams stall, not having seen a tool like them I am guessing they are some sort of saw blade setting tool, I'm hoping they are, then I notice William has 4 coping saws but I leave them there for someone who needs them, back I go to where I got mine earlier and haggle for the Spear and Jackson tenon saw and honing guide tool.
Well pleased with my buys, just looked on-line for the price of the saw new, £56.00 for this model.
It looks like I was right on one of the saw blade setting tool, the gold colour one, the other one might just be but I'm not sure, so guys what is the silver coloured hand tool next to the gold coloured one.
Fairly sure you will find that the saw setting tool will give too much set for your tenon saw. If I remember right mine (also an Eclipse) only goes upto 12 teeth per inch and the tenon saw will be more than that.
My tenon saw is about 14tpi if i remember right.
If you see any brass backed saws they are worth keeping hold of as the weight helps the cut a bit.