My father-in-law died about 3 years ago and my MIL just asked me to look
through his tools to see if there was anything worth passing on.
He had a few Baileys in new condition and a really sweet old Craftsman
"auto-scroller saw", but not much else.
Off in the corner was a 3 1/2' long "Fulton Cross Cut Saw" that he had
gotten from his FIL 50 years earlier and never taken out of the original
package. A small blade inside was wrapped in a 1934 newspaper, so I figure
that is about its age.
I can't find anything on this, either on the internet or on Ebay. Is it
likely to have any value? The blade is a bit rusty from sitting in a humid
basement for 50 years, but the handle is perfect and the teeth look like
they have not been used.
If you are familiar with this saw, is the small blade part of it? How?