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I got an amazing gift recently. I got a Hardy/hardie tool bench. It came with 4 pieces. One is a Blowhorn I know that... there's a spike that im pretty sure has nothing to do with it and 2 items that cannot be used in the bench. One of the two, looks to me, like a removable Anvil horn, the other is a long rectangular object with a step in it. Both are horizontal fits and both have a round, male insert with two flattened or "keyed" sides, unlike other vertical that are tapered square/rectangle. There are no stamps or markings. Can you help me identify the 2 and possibly the spike? I am also interested in finding corresponding pieces for both bench and unidentified tools. I am new to blacksmithing, just getting the final pieces together to really start. I appreciate any help you guys can give. I've tried for days looking up different words to identify the 2 with no luck in the slightest. He'll, I honestly don't know what I'm looking at with these 2 specifically. They could be for something entirely unrelated. Anyways, thanks again guys!
Hi my name is Michael, I'm 17 and building my first forge, I've been forging for 3 years now and my old propane forge just wasn't big enough. on this thread there will be a video, first of all yes i have doors for the forge i just didn't have them on at the time, 2nd i have bought a ribbon burner from essential craftsman and I am going to put it in soon. my questions are; 1 what cases this problem? 2 how do i fix it? 3 does anyone else have a ribbon burner like or from essential craftsman and what type of burner did you use with it. Snapchat-1189206316.mp4
Hi. The attached anvil was in my friends uncles garage. It is small. I have no means of weighing other than bathroom scale with me on it. If I guess I thin 2.5 to 3 pounds. Not cast iron. Either bronze or brass. No markings per se other than incised mark that I thought was a bird. Maybe just some random mark in metal. What I haven't found is an anvil with rectangular hole on face plate. Her uncle would be 106 if he was alice today. No way of knowing the age. Please see pics. Thanks