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Peddinghaus Anvil

Made in Germany by the U.S. Company Ridge Tools. Ridgid Co. Peddinghaus anvils are one of the last forged anvils made today. Horn shop finished.

These anvils are forged in two pieces then arc welded at the waist. The hardy and pritchell holes are drilled, the hardy broached. The top surface is scan induction hardened. The face is ground smooth and protected with a thin coat of clear lacquer. The body is painted with black enamel to prevent rust. Horns are as-forged or rough dressed.

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  • Dimensions: OAL 28.5", 12.25" high, 5.25" face, 1" hardy, 7/8" pritchel, 10.75 x 13.5" base
  • Weight: 275 pounds (125 kg)
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