During the recent (and just completed) restoration of a lovely Wadsworth, Lounsbury & Turners wooden works pillar and scroll, I made an interesting discovery. This case appears to bear a maker's stamp pressed into the wood in the top board. I don't know how I missed it for several months while moving the case around, making repairs, and cleaning, but when it came time to wipe-off some hide glue, the stamp was revealed in full detail, and I was quite amazed to see it. The stamp is the sort you would typically see as an owner's mark on woodworking tools of the early 1800s, and it's a simple rectangle reading H JUDD. The only 2 references regarding a "Judd" that I found are: Roberts & Taylor: Henry L. Judd, Torrington, 1835, case type "cc" E. Hodges shop, documentation: L, M cc = stencilled column & splat, short pendulum (with same variations) Palmer: Judd, Henry: Wolcottville (Torrington), Conn. n/d. Name on shelf clock paper. Both, however, would seem to be dated a bit late for a pillar and scroll case. Are there any other "marked" cases out there? I'd love to know if anyone has any addition information. The current photos I have aren't very good, but I will take better ones soon.