Above, a lovely, tiny saw I found buried in the dump on my farm shortly after I moved here. I found the fence interred elsewhere, but never did find the mitre gauge. The tool had been in the earth for years, if not decades, but still looked worthy of restoration. I took the saw back to the shop and stripped it down, replaced the bushings and cleaned it up, and it works like new. I believe that the only repair needed was to make and braze on a new foot, since one of the four had been broken off. The guard is not original. I found it at a garage sale or thrift store and adapted it to fit. It's a testimony to the build quality that the saw could be restored after suffering such ignominious treatment.
Years later, I posted these photos on the Vintage Machinery site and last February another member kindly identified it as a product of the Arcade Manufacturing Company. Below, an ad posted on the site. It turns out I should have painted the saw grey.