brycegrant

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  1. I haven't been able to definitely figure it out. But it has the same anchor stamping as a peter wright that was shown by other members in this post... so i am saying it is a peter wright.
  2. finally got a weight! The anvil is a massive 580 pounds. checked the weight on two separate scales. Thanks to everyone for helping identify this!!
  3. I am not sure if the weight, unfortunately I don't have a scale that large. I will try and get it to one this week
  4. This is why I am having a hard time figuring out the exact maker. This anvil doesn't seem to fit any certain maker.... I haven't been able to find information on the anchor stamping/mark
  5. I recently acquired this anvil and need some help to try and identify the maker and weight if possible. It was acquired from a local steel mill that had in house forge shop that was being shut down and sold for scrap. The mill had been in operation for over 150 years, but not sure how old the anvil is. On the picture with the "405" stamp there appears to be another number faintly stamped in front of it. possibly a 3?? might just be nothing.