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The Old Millstone Forge Museum Collection

Collection of Old Blacksmiths Tools

The Old Millstone Forge Museum is housed in the longest continously running blacksmith shop in North America.

This is a living history museum in Millstone, New Jersey with seasonal demonstrations by volunteer and museum workers. They have a significant collection of antique blacksmiths tools including many hand made bolt headers and farier's tools.

Photos by Jock Dempsey

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Hornless Colonial Anvil
Colonial Hornless Anvil
One of those beautifully graceful early anvils.
The Master's Trenton
German made Trenton
Hay-Budden Anvil
130 pound Hay-Budden
Early welded top plate Hay-Budden American anvil.
Unusual Hay-Budden
This Hay-Budden is not of the usual pattern. Is it a repair job or a custom order?.
Peter Wright
Classic Peter Wright English anvil.
Stake Anvil
Stake
Tall Simple Stake.

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