These planes, that were used to roughen up the substrate before veneering, are seen as being available in 1862. The 1873 Catalogue lists #850 Coarse or Fine 2″ single iron and #851 as being the same but with a double iron [?]. Mentioned here only because we will never see one of these!!
The 1897 Catalogue shows this:
The 1909 Catalogue shows a new numbering system:
The 1921 Catalogue shows the same cut and exactly the same prices.
The 1928 entry is shown below:
1938 catalogue shows exactly the same as 1928
The 1959 shows these changes:
The last entry to show the availability of these ‘planes’ is in the April 1962 Price List where #2840 is listed at 30/6d and #2841 is 38/-
This next photo is of the plane #2841 with 2 included cutters: