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Many of these anvils are shown elsewhere but some of the images did not rate a seperate listing so they are in these groups.
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"Colonial" Anvils
Called "Colonial" in the U.S. because they are from the British Colonial period. These are pre-1800 English anvils. Spanish Colonial anvils are much rarer and treated seperatly.
Austrian Anvils
Traditional Austrian style anvils.
Cutlers' or Pen-Knife Anvils
Used making small knives, pen knives, fOlders.
German Double Horned Anvils
German style double horned anvils.
Sawyers' Anvils
Circular saw tuning anvils.
English London Pattern Anvils
Classic English anvils.
Hay-Budden Anvils
The premier American made anvil from Brooklyn, New York.
Kohlswa Anvil
Product Photo of Kohlswa anvil by Jock Dempsey

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