I've become a bit of a galoot. Not galoot in the dictionary sense but what old woodworking tool collectors are called. I won't get too into the wood thing here but I started collecting and restoring saws. Hand saws.
So the Old Man picked up an old Disston D8 rip saw with the thumb hole tote (that's galoot speak for saw or plane handle). I'm sure he noticed it because saws have been on my radar and I have talked to him about them. I restored one of his old saws that he found laying in a field about thirty odd years ago when he worked on a paving crew. There's not much involved in restoring a hand saw. It doesn't take much in the way of equipment, you can find saws for little to no money, and I find it relaxing to do when I have the time.
The D8 in question, your Honor.
The etch reads "For Beauty, Finish, and Utility this Saw cannot be excelled - Henry Disston"
Pretty cool. Gotta go.