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Brooks 1¼ CWT Anvil

Brooks of England Cast Steel anvil

Brooks of England 1¼ CWT anvil c.1951.

Brooks anvils are still manufactured today by Baker Vaughans Ltd., formerly Vaughan Brooks. New they are easily identified by their bright blue paint and by their thick heal which is good design for a cast anvil.

This anvil is unusual in that it is marked in both fractional CWT (English Hundredweight) and Kilograms (140 lbs, 64 Kg). On old anvils the 1¼ hundredweight would have been marked 1 ­ 1 ­ 0.

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