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Söderfors Paragon Anvil

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124 lb. Söderfors Paragon Anvil made in Sweden

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How do you identify a Söderfors

1) The general shape. Very Swedish/American
2) It is cast steel, too hard and has had the typical chipping.
3) It is marked in pounds (for export to the US or England).
4) It has flats on the top of the feet similar to Peter Wright anvils.
5) It is a cast anvil with handling holes.
6) Markings are stamped in (not typical of a casting).

WEIGHT : 124 lbs. (56.25 kg)?
MADE IN: 1929

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