Black Frog

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  1. Anvil ID maker

    I've seen the "Hardwear" anvil a few times, with the 1-1/2 on the side, I'm assuming that's cwt for around 168 pounds. That close?
  2. Has anyone seen one of these

    This has been at Quad State the last couple of years.
  3. Arm and Hammer anvil

    Fantastic, thank you! That is the 4th style of logo stamp that A&H used in production.
  4. Arm and Hammer anvil

    Can you post a closeup of the logo stamp? I'd like to add it to the logo database.
  5. Date my Arm & Hammer?

    Fantastic, thanks for the pics! That is the 2nd style of logo stamp that A&H used in production. And that is the first time I've seen an upside down arm logo on an A&H anvil. Cool!
  6. Date my Arm & Hammer?

    Can you post a picture of the side logo stamp, and the serial number? I'd like to add it to the A&H logo database.
  7. Help date my Trenton

    Appears you have a Phoenix hardware brand. Can you please take a closeup of the side logo stamp?
  8. Could we get a closeup of the side logo stamp, and another of the serial number? I'm keeping a database of Trenton logos and would like to add this one. Thanks!
  9. Trenton?

    Most likely Trenton, please post a closeup of the side other side of the anvil, the side with horn facing right. Sometimes there are faint logo markings remaining if you know what you're looking for.
  10. John Brooks anvil info?

    Early Brooks were forged.
  11. Perfect, thank you! That is the third style of U.S.-based logo stamps that Trenton used in production. A.I.A. indicates 1914.
  12. I'd like to record it for the Trenton logo database if possible. The "...TON" is usually enough to identify which style logo it was.
  13. Can you post a picture of the side logo stamp?
  14. Anvil Knowledge

    this is a Trenton Black Prince anvil.
  15. Anvil Knowledge

    Is the 132 on the front foot? Trenton also made Black Prince anvils. If you tip it over and take a picture of the underside that will give more details.