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Vulcan Anvils

Vulcan anvil on wheeled stand with tool rack
The Vulcan Arm and Hammer logo should not be confused with the Arm and Hammer brand anvils.

Vulcan arm and hammer logo

Vulcan Anvil with Arm and Hammer logo

Manufactured by Illinois Iron & Bolt Co., Carpentersville, IL AKA American Skein & Foundry Company. Original photos supplied by Gary "Tote" of Virginia..

The Vulcan anvil is a cheaper cousin of the Fisher Eagle Anvil. They were made from about 1875 until about 1969. It is a steel faced cast iron anvil welded in the mold by a proprietary process. This anvil was in near NEW condition having the original cosmolene. It would have been perfect except for some shallow cold chisle marks in the face. The base is10" X 11".

This anvil has a unique rolling stand with handles and tool racks. This doubles the weight of the anvil/stand combination.

Physical parameters of the anvil: Model #15

  • Over All Length 22.5"
  • Height: 11-9/16"
  • Base: is10" X 11".
  • Weight: Est. 167+ pounds
30 pound vulcan anvil with logo

30 pound Vulcan Anvil with Logo

This is another fine example of a small Vulcan anvil sent to us by Jeff King of Iowa. Note that the logo is about the same size as on the 160 pound anvil above but is a different carving.

The Guam Vulcan

The Guam Vulcan
An hisorical WWII relic at Anderson Air Force Base.



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