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EARLY 120 Lb FISHER & NORRIS Eagle Blacksmith Anvil For Sale


EARLY 120 Lb FISHER & NORRIS Eagle Blacksmith Anvil



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EARLY 120 Lb FISHER & NORRIS Eagle Blacksmith Anvil:
$285

EARLY Style FISHER & NORRIS Blacksmith anvil... Here is a nice condition early style fisher that would be perfect for use or to add to your collection.. The anvil's face is still flat and smooth with no indication of heavy use, there is a small spot that was grazed with a torch, other wise the face is in very good condition.. The edges have light chipping on one side, the other side is sharp and clean.. The horn shows normal use.. This anvil is ready for work.. This is the early style Eagle anvil that has the reinforcment boss under the rear heel along with the notched out rear base, also has the large Fisher eagle cast in relief on the side.. FISHER& NORRISadvertised their anvils were cast from Gun Metal- Crystallized iron, the face plate is double thick and isof the BEST cast tool steel. Fisher Eagle anvils have excellent rebound without all the ringing as with wrought iron anvils, Fisher & Norris also advertiseda hammer blow on aFisher Eagleequals two on any other anvil.. Measurements as follows;

Overall L - 21 1/4"

Face L- 12 1/2"

Face W - 3 3/4"

Horn L -8 3/4"

Height - 9 3/4"

Hardy - 7/8"

Pritchel - 3/8"

Weight -120 Pounds

Fisher and Norrisof Trenton N.J. was the first successful Anvil Manufacturer to exist in this country as well as the last of the major anvil manufacturers to stop producing anvils. The company was founded in 1843 and produced anvils for 136 years until December 14, 1979. They produced more anvils than any other Americanmanufacture. The Fisher and Norris anvils were manufactured using crystallized ironin the body and a double thick edged face of the best cast tool steel. Fisher and NorrisAnvils took first prize everywhere exhibited and was also the official anvil of our own United States Government.


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