An early Quirk Ovolo and Astragal Plane with a faint manufacture mark that we believe reads Mutter which date around the late 1700s. Retains a near full length cutting iron with a clean blade face. One side of plane has a 20mm long gouge, ends are marked with the previous woodworkers name stamps. Plane is in good condition considering its 300 years old.
Overall blade width: 35mm Blade width: 29mm (point to point)
This is part of the late Jim Kingshott collection who was a true master craftsman in the woodworking industry who made and also modified tools and has written books from his extensive knowledge on them, with books like 'Making and modifying tools', 'sharpening pocket reference book', woodworkers guide to joints' to name a few.