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Hello, I just picked up this old double bick anvil in an early 19th century farm/sawmill/flourmill. The anvil is stamped with "E.W" and 210 (252 pounds). It weights 246lbs on my scale. The hardy hole location reminds me of a french anvil. The steel face is about 1/2"-5/8" thick from what I can see. It has a sharp and loud ring.It does have a good saddle in the middle. Do you have any information regarding this brand of anvil or its origin? Thanks for your help!
Quad States was good for the museum this year. Only one Fisher added, the 20 lb, but added three bicks, an oilfield anvil, a colonial anvil, two random block anvils, and some other goodies in the picture. Reminder to all that my museum is open all who have an interest, no admission costs ever, donations gratefully accepted, and I always have Fisher label t shirts. Just message me before you come to find out if I will be around, and to get exact directions.
picked this up a few weeks ago, in poor shape and covered in black paint. so far it has had a light rub with a scotchbrite pad to get some loose stuff off, next maybe some paint stripper and then it will be ready to rehome. overall it is about 18" long and 24" tall