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anvilfire donated images - 34 lb. Columbian Anvil

Columbian anvil with logo

Small Cast Steel Columbian Anvil

Photo from Burnt Forge.

Made by the Columbian Hardware Company, Cleveland, Ohio some time prior to 1925. This is an unusually small anvil even though the company made anvils from 10 to 600 pounds in 10 pound increments up to 160 pounds and then 25 pound increments from 175 to 600 pounds.

The short stubby horn on this anvil is not typical of most Columbian anvils and gives the little anvil a bit of personality.

Top view small Columbian anvil

Dimensions:
Length: 12-3/8"
Height: 6-1/8"
Hardie Hole: 9/16" Weight: 34 lbs. (30 pounds by the catalog)

Large ~400 Pound Columbian Anvil
An American classic. More company information.



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