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Pen Knife or Cutler's Anvil

The common feature of cutler's anvils is the slots for holding wedged or bolted in tooling and "hardy" holes for more tooling. Optionally there are slots fro blades to pass through while installing guards and upsetting tangs.

Other features include horns and heels as on the above anvil. We have yet to see any of the tooling for these anvils or any two that are alike.

  • Dimensions: Approx 4 x +18 x 12 inches.
  • Weight: Est. 250 pounds (113 kg)
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