Three Rotary Saw Gummers
1. The Victor, patented by Thomas Disston, May 27, 1890. Used for both circular and straight saws, self feeding with automatic stop.
2. A gummer for circular saws patented by John Conner, Jan 18, 1876, and assigned to Disston.
3. A gummer patented Feb 27, 1877 by John Smith, of Rochester, NY.
These three gummers are uncleaned and in fair condition. The cutters are worn. A copy of the patents is included.
The opposite side of all three
Conner's patent date
closeup of the Victor
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