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I was on this forum a while back when I first got my Anvil looking for basic information about it. I bought it from a guy who found it in a old barn formerly owned by a oilfield business owner from the mid 90s. Anyway I paid 150 for it not knowing anything about it, but obviously now I know it was well worth it. I know it's a 321 pound Peter Wright Anvil and I'm guessing it's from the early 1900s but that is what I'm wondering about. I will never get rid of this thing as I've fallen in love with it lol but I would really like to know more about this individual model anvil and more about Peter Wright. I've done some research online but haven't found any that looked exactly like mine with the same markings and all. So if anyone knows any info on it please share. Thanks. Tyler H.
Ok so I've got a old 321 pound Peter Wright Anvil. I was wondering if it will effect the value or worth of the anvil if I were to do some fringing on the top face. Mainly along the edges because there is some dings and chips along the sides. I'd like to grind a little to reshape at least one edge but if it's gonna mess with the value or anything like that then I'll just continue using a large separate piece of steel for the sharp edges. Any suggestions and or tips would be greatly appreciated Thanks.
Hello, I am from Bangalore, India and in the process of re-building an old Heavy Duty lathe machine. I was wondering if i can get any information/help here. I have an operating manual for the machine, but that doesn't help me much. The machine i'm trying to re-condition is HMT L45 Lathe. Is there s thread/sub-forum here which is specifically related to http://www.hmtmachinetools.com/introduction.htm (HMT) machines? I hope this is the right forum i'm posting on. If not, please let me know and i'll move the topic accordingly. Any information will be great. I would also like to know if any spars (gears, shafts, spindles, etc) are available for these machines? If not here, is it possible that it's available anywhere on the internet? Thanks! - Sid.