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Prillwitz Collection - Dentists Anvil

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This could be a large jeweler's anvil or a small bench anvil but it was identified as a Dentists anvil. This is a beautiful pattern.

Alex D. Cunny had a factory in the 1890's in Cincinnati, Ohio at 223 East Second Street according to a factories inspections report of the time.

Marking:
Alex D.Cunny, Cin. O

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Alexander Cunny was born about 1830-40 in Strasburg, France. He married in in Cincinnati in 1869 and had several children, branches of whom still live in Cincinnati. He died in the early 1930's near Cincinnati at age 96.

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