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Jewelers' Anvils

Two modern jewelers' or watch maker's anvils. 4.25" (108 mm) and 4.63" (118 mm) long. Good jeweler's anvils are hardened and tempered tool steel and finely finished. Some are hard chrome plated over the hardened steel.

The two anvils above are sold by Blacksmith's Depot and other tool suppliers.

German made jewelers anvil

   Bush/Zenith Jeweler's Anvil
Smaller than many souvenir anvils these jeweler's anvils often appear in collections. Sovie Estate Collection.

   French Jeweler's Anvil
Old two piece anvil and stand. This style is commonly made today. Sovie Estate Collection.
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Stubs Jewelers Anvil
Small hardened and tempered jewelers anvil from the Macdara ÓhUallacháin Graham collection.
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18th Century Jewelers Anvil
Small hardened and tempered jewelers anvil from the Josh Greenwood Collection.

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Rare and ancient European and Early American anvils.

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Miniature advertising, collectible and jewelers' anvils.

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