I’ve just completed my collection of joinery saws with the purchase of my Tenon Saw. Long & lean it’s slightly different than the other two. For one thing it’s designed for ripping operations so it’s longer and wider than the carcass or dovetail saw. The handle is fully enclosed and reinforced with three rivets instead of two.
Now it’s time to put these beautiful Lee_Nielsen saws to work, completing a Japanese style toolbox that includes a saw till to hold these saws. I’ll also carry a complete set of Lee_Nielsen beveled bench chisels and a couple of LN bench planes. The box I have in mind will have room for marking gauges, magnetic cutting guides for dovetails and 90 degree box joints. I look forward to getting started.