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Vulcans tended to be short and blockly while A&Hs were more sleek looking.- If the anvil has no 'ring' when struck, it is likely a cast iron body with steel plate on top.Lots of compiled articles written by working blacksmiths from way back in the day. If you don’t hear from me again it’s cuz I’ve burned my house down…By submitting your bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.
For more detail information see Anvil's in America by Richard Postman (and More on Anvils when it is published): - If there is an oval depression in the bottom it may be either a Trenton. If there is a clear line/seam showning a top plate it would likely be a Trenton or Arm & Hammer.
If the area under the heel is rough worked, it would likely be a Arm & Hammer.
No seam, then I would suspect a one-piece cast Swedish. - If it meets the other criteria for one of the above, and it has no serial number, it may be one of their rejects sold on the secondary market.
- If you see numbers at the waist such as 1 1 20, it is a British made anvil.
This is their stone weight system to where the first number represents multiples of 112 (1/20th a long ton), second represents multiples of 28 and third is remaining pounds.
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