I purchased this old plane at a yard sale several years ago. It was covered with rust and most of the Japanning was gone. There was one on E-bay recently that looked very similar, but had “Siegley” cast into the tail end. This one has no identifying marks other than “No. 10” on the cap iron. It’s 21.5” long and 2.25” wide. The frog is not adjustable and the cap iron acts as a chip breaker. I had some time off over the holidays and decided to clean it up. Do any of you know anything about this model plane?
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