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Hi there, I have just bought an anvil, it is London style anvil that weighs in at 110.8 kg(244.27Lb) i have uncovered some markings on the side although they are very vague, i was wondering what they meant and what is is worth. the markings are as follows: YARRA...ED can anyone help, Thanks
Woman with Haflingers wants a "bitch hook" No, that's what she said, honest. Looked it up, and found bitch hook n. a curved metal device used with a chain to hold or secure lumber or other things, or to brake a sled on descents. Also bitch link. Editorial Note: The unpublished manuscript for the Lexicon of Trade Jargon (circa 1938-39, now at the Library of Congress) includes in its section on “Lumber Workers’ Slang and Jargon” an entry for bitch chain and defines it as a “Heavy, short chain with hook and ring, used to fasten the lower end of a ‘gin pole’ (q.v.) to a sled or car when loading logs. bitch link, “In logging: a pear-shaped link on the end of a chain, larger and heavier than other links. When the chain is run through an opening a choker can be looped through this link to secure it Okey. Anyone have one, or can direct me to a picture of same?