Can anyone identify this plane?

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  • #119941
    wpollock
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    I found this wooden plane at a consignment shop. Can anyone ID the name? Much thanks in advance for the replies.

    Cheers
    Wil

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    #119964
    Mark Armstrong
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    It’s a wooden Jack plane 😉
    Look’s like the iron is upside down.
    Some pictures below how should go.

    Dagenham, Essex, England

    #119971
    wpollock
    Participant

    Cheers m8! :p) I didn’t realize I put the blade back in upside down as I took the picture.

    Can you make out the stamping on the end?

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    #119980
    Mark Armstrong
    Participant

    Sorry could not Make out what name said.

    Dagenham, Essex, England

    #120114
    chemical_cake
    Participant

    I think your best bet is James Kellogg, Amherst, a maker of wooden planes.

    That would make the first line “J Kellogg”, and the second line “Amherst”.

    See this link for more information:

    Southampton, UK

    #120117
    chemical_cake
    Participant

    Can’t get the link to work for some reason, you’ll have to copy and paste:

    http://www.davistownmuseum.org/bioJKellogg.html

    Southampton, UK

    #120118
    wpollock
    Participant

    @chemical_cake – You’re correct!! I found the Davis Town Museum last night. The second line “Amherst, MS” through be for a bit because I thought the “MS” was for Mississippi as it is today but back then it was acceptable to refer to Massachusetts that way. So Yes, it is a J Kellogg. Thanks for he assist mate.

    Cheers,

    Wil

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