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Early 15 pound Fisher Eagle Anvil

Early 15 pound Fisher Anvil

Photo from Vern Kelderman.

Vern's collection started as small bench anvils and now he collects small anvils and miniatures as well.

Joshua Kavett of the Fisher & Norris Factory Museum says, "This anvil was probably made from around 1855 to 1870. Nice shape. Most of these are pretty battered from people using them as if they were a 100 lb anvil.

This is a very clean Fisher with sharp edges.

The ball tool has a wrought iron shank welded to it and then an arc welded repair. Ball of unknown material and origin.

15 pounds (7 kg)
About 10 inches long.

Late 20 pound Fisher
Pristine 20 pound Late Fisher Anvil
Vern Kelderman Collection.

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Fisher Norris Anvils
Various Fisher anvils - our original Eagle Anvil page.

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