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Hornless Colonial "S" 5th Foot Anvil

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Hornless Colonial 5th Foot Anvil

From the Josh Greenwood Collection.

This beautiful little anvil is from the 17th ot 18th century. Its shape is very graceful and there is a rare "S" marking.

Two views of the hornless anvil This anvil lacks both a hardy hole and a pritchell hole (post 1830 feature). These are indicators that this anvil was made prior to 1800 or as early as 1700 or the late 1600's.

  • Marking : "S"
  • Dimensions:
    • Height 10.25" (269 mm)
    • Face 5.5 x 12.25 (140 x 311 mm)
  • Weight: 180 lbs. (82 kg)

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The "S" Anvils Feature Comparison

The S anvils have several unique features that mark them as coming from the same British manufacturer. Face slope, rectangular handling holes and the bold fifth foot.

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