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Euroanvil The Original Euroanvil by Steve Feinstine


The Euroanvil by Steve Feinstine
Photo by Jock Dempsey anvilfire News 2003

Steve Feinstine had the patterns for the Euroanvil made in a Czechoslovakian foundry and the castings made and finished there. Batches were imported as could be afforded. They were made in a number of sizes from 220 lbs to 520 lbs (110 to 236 kg.) . Later Steve sold the line to Blacksmith Supply of Virginia.

Group of Euroanvils Batch of Euroanvils at the Southeastern Blacksmithing Conference 2003

The early anvils were made right and left handed (according to the side the side shelf was put on) and with multiple punching holes of different sizes. Later the anvils were all standardized to right handed with one punching hole.


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