Black Frog

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  1. Can you help me identify this anvil?

    You have a Hay-Budden anvil. If you clean the front foot you may be able to make out a serial number.
  2. Looking for a date on my Trenton anvil

    According to AIA 1901 ballpark.
  3. Arm and Hammer 107 lb

    I haven't recorded that logo style in the 43k or 48k range. If you can do the same chalk dusting on the side logo stamp, that can help with dating as well. They used several different styles of logo stamp through their production.
  4. Looking for a date on my Trenton anvil

    please post a picture of the side logo stamp and serial number, I'd like to add it to the logo database.
  5. Arm and Hammer 107 lb

    How about a close up picture of the serial number on the front foot under the horn?
  6. ID an Anvil

    Later Trenton anvil, for a period of time they were stamped on the waist like that instead of the normal position up on the side. Thanks for the pictures!
  7. Belknap/A&h anvil

    Thanks for the pics!
  8. Platform on the side of an anvil

    Coachmaker's anvil. It was used for forging a variety of hardware for coaches and their fabrications.
  9. Thank you! That is a rather late A&H. According to AIA somewhere in the early-to-mid 1940's. 54 is the weight. Sent you a PM.
  10. Mike E, can you post a closeup picture of the side logo stamp, and another of the serial number? I'd like to add it to the A&H logo database.
  11. Belknap/A&h anvil

    Could you post a closeup picture of the side logo stamp, and another of the serial number? I'd like to add it to the A&H logo database.
  12. Anvil ID in Ohio

    Trenton anvil, please post a closeup of the side logo stamp. The side with horn facing right.
  13. North German Anvil from 1882

    Ah! the anchor! yes, nice call Wicon!
  14. Opinions on Columbian Anvil

    That is not a new plate. Some Columbians were cast with that as part of the pattern mold. That is original casting. Check it with a ball bearing for rebound amount, if you're satisfied with it a Columbian is a high quality cast steel anvil.
  15. Anvil identification?

    HB no doubt.... Those dimensions for HB would be in the 300# ballpark....