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anvilfire image collection - 10:1 Hay-Budden Pair

10:1 Hay-Budden Pair of Anvils

The original of this image was sent to us years ago by Ryan Wasson. The image was relatively small, the anvils rusty and the large one had been sold. But it was a great arrangement so we reworked the image to present here.

  • Dimensions:
  • Weight:
    • top: 52 pounds (23.6 kg)
    • bottom: 525 pounds (238 kg)

Two Hay-Budden Anvils
Two more Hay-Budden anvils photographed at SOFA Quadstate Conference, Troy, Ohio, September 2004. The largest Hay-Budden made (800 pounds) and the smallest.

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