Herman Posted August 16, 2017 Share Posted August 16, 2017 Hi All. My first Post.. I'm in the process of getting my workshop ready for some knife making and general bashing of hot iron/steel. My uncle gave me this old anvil that he rescued from some blokes that welded a pipe to it and used it as a pile driver. :-(. The edges are in a sad state and the face has a big round "worm hole" where the pipe was welded to. I took a file to it and the darker brown areas are the High spots.(See TOP) After getting over the heart attack after hearing the story of this poor anvil, I want to repair it if possible and use it as it should be used. That's where I need some advise as to how to fix it. And also some History and origin on it would be good. From what I could find on the web, is only a mine in Old hill county, Dudley.(wiki) Please see pictures and any advise and history will be greatly appreciated. Markings side 1: OLD HILL Co DUDLEY 1901 FR Side 2: 1 0 5 (I believe this is the weight in Lb.) Thank you in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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