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Stake anvils were commonly used in place of the anvil horn when hornless anvils were more common than those with horns. Since they were commonly used for lighter more delicate work they were set higher than a heavy forging anvil. The long shank was also used to mount stake anvils through work benches, the support being below the benchtop and the working surface of the stake higher than the bench top by about a foot.

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