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Maison de l'Outil Collection Arched Front Anvil

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Arched Front Anvil

This beautifully symetrical anvil has an large hardy hole and clean lines. The base almost looks like the anvil was made then welded to a heavy plate.

The anvil has a 80 mm by 520 mm (3.15 x 20.47") face with a 25 mm hardy hole. It's 300 mm (11.81") high, the feet are 300 mm wide and the waist is 200 mm (7.87) long and 140 mm wide with 30 mm (1.18) handling holes. Some welds weren't very well dressed, revealing that the church window portion, with the rib and corresponding overhang, was welded onto the main body.

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