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    appx 250 lb anvil for sale


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    hello, This anvil is 95% perfect, flat and very usauble. over 100 yrs old. weight between 225 and 250 will try and get exact weight soon. this thing is everything you need...... cutting surface is perfect, has a small cut in back side, flat surface and sharp edges, best old anvil I ran across in years.

    besides the 350 lber I just picked up and I paid TOP dollar for it.

    Pics to follow.

    I want 600 for this anvil and pickup a must. think the hardy hole is 1 1/8"

    pics tomorrow. Fisher anvil think date is 1901

    Daniel

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    anvil

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    this face is perfectly flat with no deviation. one pic shows the cut in the back near the pritchel

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    That's a great looking anvil. Do you know who the maker is? Does it have any numbers on the side that has the maker?

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    the side looks like a fisher. I have used fishers and they dont seem as hard as this one does. no numbers. I would not sell this if I didnt just get a 350 lbs replacement. actually this is a better surface than the larger one. if you take steel wool to it it will gleem on the top when I kept it inside.

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    if anyone want to call me tonight.... 615-428-4141 i work wed thru frid

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    I am outside nashville tn just off of I-40 exit 182

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    face 5" wide 17" long, not including the soft cut area... total length with horn is28" long

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    Thats a fisher. That two digit number on the right front foot is the weight. Times it by 10 to get the weight..(example: "25" x10= 250 pounds)

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    there is a 20 on the foot... so it must be 200 lbs.....

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    thanks kentucky.....

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    No problem, one of the finest anvils out there to work on. No ring and great rebound. Yours is in fantastic shape!

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    OK, Dan,
    Consider it sold! Will send you payment this evening.

    Thanks

    Jack

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    You wont be disappointed! We have the same anvil and its great to work on, very quiet. We also have a Trenton a forged Arm&Hammer and a smaller Hay Budden. We use the Fisher 90% of the time

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    Anvil

    Thanks, Kentucky.

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    That is a 200 pound Fisher. If you look close, I think you will see "200" on the foot. The foot area under the hardy should have "FISHER" on it, right above the bolt hole.
    Stacy E.Apelt
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    Did you get this sold or is it still available?

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    200 LB Anvil

    Hey Dan,
    The anvil arrived today-what a great piece of steel! Great transaction, look forward to doing business with you again.
    Thanks.
    Jack

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    thanks and glad you like it..... hope you use it well.....

    i have a contact on others.... will sell them later this year....

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