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Colonial Anvils at Greenwood Ironworks

Colonial Anvils

Colonial Anvils at Greenwood Ironworks

Photo by Josh Greenwood.

A few of Josh's Colonial anvils on display with his working anvils and coal forge.

  • 350 lb. Hay-Budden
  • 510 lb. North German
  • Small Alsop Anvil (now in the Colonial Williamsburg of Virginia collection).
  • Small Colonial Hornless Anvil
    (now in the Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas collection).
  • Late Colonial 5th Foot Anvil (now in the Colonial Williamsburg of Virginia collection).
  • Front: Repaired Colonial Anvil

The unusual foreground color in this photo is due to the sodium lights in the shop.

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