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Two Vulcans in the Ted Mays Collection

Pristine Vulcan #13 and nice Vulcan #4 Anvils

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These are just a couple of the anvils in Ted's 40 year collection of blacksmiths tools that he is selling. The 125 pound #13 is unused and absolutely pristine. The #4 is lightly dinged and has a small hole drilled in the face. This anvil could be easily repaired with a plug in the hole and light grinding.

WEIGHTS : 125 lb. and 40 lb.
MADE IN: USA



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