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The Steve Prillwitz Collection.

Steve Prillwitz is an international blacksmithing equipment, anvil dealer and collector. He sells on ebay as Matchless antiques and has provided many images to
Rare Early Austrian Anvil
1. Rare Early Austrian Church Window Anvil
From the famous Kenneth Lynch Collection.
Block Anvil Swage
2. Block Anvil
Is it a swage block or an anvil or both?
Ancient primitive blacksmiths anvil
3. Tall Primitive
Primitive anvil estimated to be from the 1500's
Sawyers saw tuning anvil
4. English Sawyers Anvil
19th Century English sawyers anvil.
Knife makers or Pen-Knife makers anvil
Triple Anvil Swage Tool
6. Tri-Anvil Swage
A unique and ingenuously designed tool.
Early French marked anvil
7. Early French Anvil
Graceful Old anvil marked 1616.
Fisher Eagle Double Arch anvil
8. Fisher Double Arch
A rare anvil of a type rarely seen.
Hay-Budden Brooklyn New York
9. Hay-Budden
A fine example of the premier American made anvil.
10. Dentists Anvil
Made by Alex (Alexander) D. Cunny, Cincinnati, OH 1890's.
11. Trenton Anvil
Nearly perfect early Trenton anvil. Photo and Flash slide show.
12. Rare Cutlers' Anvil
Unusual stepped cutlers' anvil.

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