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The Greenwood Anvil Collection - Title Image with 15 blacksmiths anvils

Heavy 153kg North German Anvil

three quarter view of heavy green German anvil

North German Anvil

From the Josh Greenwood Collection.

This old anvil had a few rough spots and has been repaired and cleaned up. The long waist supports a high proportion of the long face. Being a forged anvil this size makes it quite rare.

North vs. South

The differences between North and South German anvils is slight but very noticable. The differences are actually less than those from manufacturer to manufacturer.

North German anvils have a shoulder at both horns. South German anvils have horns that blend into the body.

Anvil on Stump and Detail

  • Marks : F HILGER (three times to be clear).
  • Age : 20th Century
  • Dimensions :
    • 32" (813 mm) long
    • 12.75" (324 mm) tall
    • 5.63" (143 mm) face
    • Weight : 337 lbs. (153 kg)

    Upsetting block side. While this is not as clean a forging as others it still has those classic symmetrical lines of a German anvil.

    German and Austrian Anvils

    No.5 S and H German anvil
    No.5 - Söding & Halbach German Anvil
    A fine South German style anvil from the Greenwood Collection.


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