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CAWP 5

late-state

Square

mid-state

molder with Jo Fuller traits

early-state

Two additional Imprints from the one shown in CAWP5.

 

Of these three marks, the mark on the molding plane (Jo Fuller traits) seems to be the earliest state, the mark on the square the middle state and the GAWP5 mark the last state. 

E Davis is a very common name and thus identification could be difficult. However, molders with Jo Fuller details and a Fuller & Field plane marked with E Davis as an owner's stamp should help constrain the identification process.

See Elijah Davis, carpenter, Westport, MA and Little Compton, RI and Ezra Davis, carpenter, North Kingstown, RI in the E Davis new information section.

E Davis

E Davis

CAWP 5

late-state mark

Fruitwood Square

mid-state mark

 11 1/4" by 9"

Fuller  & Field toted tongue plane with E Davis as owner's mark

mid-state mark

Courtesy Steve Frazier via the Rhykenology Group on Facebook.

Molding Plane

straight border imprint

first-state mark (Jo Fuller traits)

Courtesy Steve Frazier via the Rhykenology Group on Facebook.

2 Molding Planes

straight border imprint

first-state mark

Courtesy Will Steere via the Rhykenology Group on Facebook.

Additional molder 9 7/8" (mark most similar to the GAWP 5 imprint.

Courtesy Dan Linski via the Rhykenology Group on Facebook. 

All three imprints

  • GAWP 5 late-state mark

  • mid-state as owners mark Fuller & Field

  • early-state molder with Jo Fuller traits

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