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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
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