Offered here is an unmarked camelback stair saw. This antique saw has a handle that is reminiscent of the old Henry Disston and Sons, but as I mentioned above...it is unmarked. The blade is solid, intact and sharp with no bent teeth and the handle is still sturdy but does exhibit age cracks so I am not sure if this is still a working tool. The wood has a nice bevel and grain and the patina is nicely aged. I am not a tool expert, but my dad was a finish carpenter and this saw belonged to him. It measures 11" long and is 5 1/4" tall and somewhere along the line someone scratched the letter "H" into the wood of the handle. Even if this saw could no longer be used it is still decorative enough to use as a wall hanger in a woodworking shop or garage...just a cool old saw!