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    Quote Originally Posted by DSEL74 View Post
    That would make a nice replacement for my demonstration anvil.

    It was all I could afford and as you can see has had a hard life.
    A few years ago I was in a junk shop on the Bass coast, they had a few old anvils for sale, damaged horns and the tops pretty much destroyed, all had prices tags north of $350, I have seen prettier garden ornaments for a lot less, there only use would be that or boat anchors.

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    got to wonder how anvils get so badly damaged..

    JohnC if your anvil has Soderfors on the side of it then I'd have no reason to doubt it. other markings on it look very much like all the other Soderfors anvils I have seen. They are good anvils (cast steel) - can be quite hard and the edges can get chipped. thats one is a good size at 112lb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zsteve View Post
    got to wonder how anvils get so badly damaged..
    I reckon the great unwashed think any anvil is indestructible...

    A.
    'Waratah' spring hammer by Hands & Scott c.1911- 20, 'Duffy, Todd & Williams' spring hammer c.1920, Premo lathe- 1953, Premo filing machine.

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