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Big cutter link OR small hand?

 

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A few of the recent posts talked about nice new shiny thing's so how about these, I believe it to be 3/4" pitch, I grind the links off and get them gold-plated. My local saw shop has been good to me over the years, so hacked off a 6" length got it cleaned & gold-plated then mounted it on a nice unusual piece of manzanita and presented it to him. Unfortunatly 10 day's later he past away and it dissapeared.

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robo 110,

 

Sorry, I wish I did, I have spent several hours on the internet trying to find any info at all to no avail. I got them from an old logger who ran a rinky dink sawmill up in the mountains back in the late 50's, I know that the second photo is called a "J" chain, the first is a 3/4" pitch possibly made by Oregon.

Here they are in the raw state.



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