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  1. So if I remember correctly these were military anvils right? Does anyone know the maker of them?
  2. Look at harbor freight they sell a similar cast iron one for around $65.00(they aren’t very good)
  3. Realistically the normal prices for an anvil in that shape sells for 3-6 a pound looks to be 130-140 pounds do the math.
  4. Yeah I have always been more of break it then fix it when it comes too situations like the bolts Finesse has never been one of my attributes . I can’t remove the pins either too rusted so since it all works I am just going to clean it up and put it back to work.
  5. Were you able to remove the bolts on the main steel jaw? I don’t want to used heat but those bolts are rusted pretty solid.
  6. Al, I just picked up what I can only assume is the same model is yours those diagrams are going to be a big help with fixing mine I already replaced the missing spring so it works at least.
  7. That’s what I meant as in more then likely used at a factory and they used it to identify it.
  8. This isn’t mine. I may buy it not sure will have to look at it in person first. I always found these factory plates so interesting that wanted to share it. I wish they could talk.
  9. I have seen that symbol beforehand on an a mini anvil beforehand. I don’t think it has anything to do with Vulcan that anvil style was very common with ASO, vulcan, fisher, Samson, badger and others.
  10. Yeah that was a decent price. It looks perfectly fine for a Vulcan just mount it and put it too use
  11. Umm looks like basket and Robbin mint with Chocolate chip ice cream.
  12. Well I have spoken to Greg(Holland) many times he takes the process very seriously to make a high quality anvil. It’s true in general there is more of a market for old anvils vs new but if it’s going to be used as a tool get a new one if it’s an investment get an old one.