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Lyda-Ferdinand Collection - Hay-Budden Anvil

655 pound Hay-Budden Anvil

Large Hay-Budden Anvil

The premiere American made anvil. A relatively short lived company that made millions of anvils. The Hay-Budden is still one of the most sought after anvils in the U.S. even though the last ones were made nearly 100 years ago. This is an unusualy large specimen.

  • Dimensions:
    • Height 15-1/4" x Width 7-5/8" x Length 45" (387 x 194 x 1143 mm)
    • Base = Length 16" x Width 14" (406 x 356 mm)

  • Weight: 655 lbs. (297 kg)



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