On Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 6:09:04 PM UTC-7, Bruce Ellis wrote:
n it . can't find out what kind of anvil it is.
That's likely a weight marking, indicating that it weighs about 150 pounds,
or did when it was originally made. It doesn't tell us much about who mad
Without any other marking it's hard to say what brand it might be. If you'
re able to tell us more about the pattern and features of the anvil (Englis
h pattern, double horn, does it have an upsetting block, etc) the construct
ion method (cast vs forged), if it looks like the face is welded on or if i
t is solid, and some dimensions, then an anvil genius might be able to narr
ow it down for you.
That said, I am not an anvil genius, and I'm not sure too many folks are st
ill using this group. You might have better luck on the forums at Iforgeir
on.com , www.anvilfire.com , or, if you are on facebook, the "American Anvi
ls" Facebook group
Best of luck to you!
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