About this objectThese four wooden planes were sometimes called Hollow and Round planes. Cabinet makers of today, call them Moulding Planes. All were efficient tools of trade and the type may be traced back to times prior to the arrival of our first pioneers.
An old Catalogue states that they are of Mathaeson Beechwood. I bought these at a second hand shop in Condobolin, N.S.W. They had belonged to a retired Coach Maker.
From the original Viv Kable catalogue exhibit register.