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South German Style Anvil

South German Style Anvil

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Photos provided by Stefaan Meeus - Belgium.

On an earlier occasion I visited the gathering in Michael Siegrist's workshop in Saarland, Germany. He enjoys collecting anvils, and I took a picture of a few of them.

- Stefaan

South German Style Anvil photo by Stefaan Meeus

The difference between the North German and South German anvils is primarily how the horn transitions into the body. On the South German anvil above the horn blends into the body. On North German anvils the horn starts at a shoulder.

Söding and Halbach Amboß
This anvil is clearly a Söding & Halbach as shown in the Greenwood Collection

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