Bergs Planes were made in Australia from the late 1940s to mid 1950s in Alexandria, NSW.
Bergs were variously described as "manufacturers of woodworking tools & planes" and "manufacturers of wooden planes, carpenters tools, skis and mouldings" (Trevor Semmens - Australian Woodworking Planemakers, second ed 1998)
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Other models such as the Coffin Smoother exist, and reports of two other different length Jack planes have been made. Pictures will be published when available.
Thanks to Rod Thomas, Ian Stagg, Ken Turner and George Radion for these pictures. Thanks also to Trevor Semmens for his introduction on Bergs.