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American Wrought Anvil Co.

Photo provided by TGN The Great Nippolini.

American Wrought is a fairly rare anvil brand. They were located in Brooklyn NY near Hay-Budden and may have been started by a former Hay-Budden employee Walter F. Ring. They were in business from about 1899 to 1910-11 according Richard Postman author of Anvils in America.

American Wrought anvils were made by Dunn and Mercott and marked with their name. Dunn and Mercott anvil logos also had a circle with "American" in it. However, their markings were not consistant so generalizations about their logos should be avoided.



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