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Lyda-Ferdinand Collection - Ancient Austrian Anvils

Ancient Austrian Anvils

Ancient Austrian Style Anvils

These anvils while obviously from the same shop or family of makers show some minor, perhaps developmental, differences. Interestingly, the middle anvil c. while smaller is heavier than b. The difference is due to the heavier slightly thicker body on one than the other

  • Dimensions a.
    • Height 10-1/2" x Width 3" x Length 18" (267 x 76 x 457 mm)
    • Base = Length 12" x Width 9-5/8" (305 x 245 mm)
  • Weight:120 lbs. (54 kg)

  • Dimensions b.
    • Height 10" x Width 2-1/2" x Length 15" (254 x 64 x 381 mm)
    • Base = Length 9-1/2" x Width 7-3/4" (241 x 197 mm)
  • Weight: 51 lbs. (23 kg)

  • Dimensions c.
    • Height 8-1/2" x Width 2-1/2" x Length 14-1/2" (216 x 64 x 368 mm)
    • Length 11-1/4" x Width 9-1/4" (286 x 235 mm)
  • Weight: 72 lbs (33 kg)

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