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Prillwitz Collection - Trenton Anvil

Trenton Anvil

Early 123 Lb. Trenton Anvil

Photos by Steve Prillwitz.

A near perfect early Trenton anvil with clean logo markings. Many later Tentons had a "typo" stamp with the letters TREXTON". It is unlnown if this was a die cutting error or done for some other reason. However, there are many Trentons marked with the X.



The Master's Trenton A cast German Trenton in the Old Millstone Forge Collection

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