JDinOH Posted October 30, 2020 Share Posted October 30, 2020 The story is that I was telling my good friend, Tom, of my desire to try something new and needed help finding a hunk of steel to hammer on. I thought he might be able to help me or be able to pass on info to other friends as he works for a plastic injection molding company and has guys around that might know a lot more sources than I at this point. Then Tom says, "I'm positive there's an old anvil in my grand dad's old building. Maybe we can take a look, let me talk to my dad about it." Well, we headed out there and on the way his dad said he'd let me have it on a loan basis. The building was a mess but we found it without too much trouble. Here's some pics I got after knocking off quite a bit of rust. There's a "12" on the front under he horn. There are what look like logo marks on each side but they are too weak for me to tell, but maybe somebody can recognize shapes. I'm just really thankful to have something like this. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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