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I need info on this anvil?????

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#211107 was made between 1943-April 1945. The T50 should be by the foot under the horn and mean 50 pounds. If it's not located there, then look there, next to the serial # and it should give you weight in pounds, according to Anvils In America. :D

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I have this Trexton anvil. T50 211107

Can anyone tell give me any information on its age, weight, and value?


The 'T' may mean taylor, an anvil maker for Trenton. 50lbs.

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"I have a car it's a ford tell me what it's worth"

Sounds kind of silly without knowing the details of condition, model, location---anvils sell for about twice as much where I live now than where I used to live and both places are in the USA!

So *DETAILS* please or else it's "anywhere from the scrap rate of the metal to $5-$6 a pound." (With the counter that getting much above $2-3 a pound depends on special circumstances and getting less than $1 a pound is not unknown even for anvils not sold as "scrap".)

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