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H1.jpgCrosspeen and plug25 viewsplug from punching the handle hole on the anvil. nicknaylo
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jvisewidth.jpgJeweler's Vise - Overall length83 viewsIt's about 7 inches from the head of the vise screw holding the handle to the foot of the screw under the anvil.madwing
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IMG_20130610_130755.jpgNew Anvil - Just what SWMBO was hoping for!123 viewsNew freebie anvil. More photos to follow.timpendleton
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IMG_20130610_134927.jpgNew Anvil Maker's Mark82 viewsThe manufacturer of my new anvil is presently unknown. A bit of research is in order.timpendleton
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Burlington-20120721-00213.jpgCamp Nemo's forge73 viewsOne of our local Scout camps had this old forge and anvil sitting in one of the fields. Unused for decades, Scouter Dave (pictured) and I decided to rehab the forge and get it ready for the Scouts to use. dlarue
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holdfastsS.jpgHoldfasts124 viewsTwo for the Woodworking bench, one for the anvil.John Odom
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DSCN4297.jpgAnvil Stump crack stapled together35 viewsrough work, forged some staples to hold the stump check at bay. nicknaylo
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A-_Extras_Hill_Anvil_rubbing.JPG211 viewsA rubbing trying to better lift the markings off the side of the anvil.TRexF16
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A_-_Extras_Hill_1-1-3_Anvil.JPG225 viewsHill Anvil from Birmingham England. These seem to be a bit rare from my on-line research. This on is 1-1-3. I think that's about 143 pounds.TRexF16
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Butterfly_hinges_nailed_on_exterior.JPGButterfly hinges nailed on exterior215 viewsI bent the wings of the butterfly hinges to conform to the 6 inch radius of the trunk body. Marked and drilled 3/32 inch pilot holes for the rosehead nails using a recently restored Millers Falls No. 5 drill. I used the 4 pound sledge hammer as an anvil on the outside to clinch the nails on the inside.Sgt42RHR
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No_Name_Chisel_Socket_First_Round_of_Shrinking_Belled_End_comp.JPGShrinking on the anvil horn158 viewsOldSneelock
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DSCN3611.JPGAnvil cutting saddle from plate. 39 viewsnicknaylo
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