Beardedblacksmith

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About Beardedblacksmith

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  1. Thanks for the info fellas!
  2. Does anyone have tips on un-seizing a bullet wilton vice?
  3. Its definitely at least #390 I cannot even get it to budge from a deadlift. Its 36 long by 14.5 tall and 5.25 wide. I can’t find marks anywhere I think on the foot I see a little bit of numbers but im not entirely sure
  4. Does anyone know a brand? Im guessing trenton or arm and hammer. I can’t find any marks besides under the forged welded plate on both sides it stamped. #390 let me know what you guys think thanks in advance! It has handling holes in the front and back.
  5. Does anyone know a brand? Im guessing trenton but I could be wrong. Let me know what you think and what the weight is
  6. Its after 1908. They started to put England after 1908.
  7. Sweet I was thinking one of those 2. Where would the markings be at?
  8. I’ve had this vice for about 2 years now and I have no clue what brand it is. Was going to see if anyone had some sort of idea. It came out of a railroad rounding house in Idaho. Thanks in advance!
  9. Its made after 1908. You can tell by the stamp. They added “England” after 1908.
  10. Oh haha I’ve heard both but yeah that makes sense! Thanks for telling me
  11. Got this little soderfors anvil and would like to know more about it. Is it casted or forged? And an estimated date range. There is a mouse hole in the back of the anvil and nothing in the front. Thanks in advance - Beardedblacksmith
  12. I got this little peterwright anvil can anyone estimate the age? All I know it’s before 1908 from the stamping. But the horn makes me believe it can be before 1900’s. But I don’t know
  13. Always! If you ever need any tools or anvils let me know.