The popular AUSTEN EDENS 200 lb Shop Anvil designed, tested and used by Austen Eders is now made under the SCOTT Anvils Banner manufactured in Texas USA with a proprietary blend of alloyed steel poured, finished and treated to exacting specifications.
The anvil is a Traditional pattern with a Round Horn and a Squared Heel, uniquely strengthened by tapering to a thicker midline on the heel's underside, maximizes strength and clearance of stock rounding the heel (such as increased shoe clearance when working the branch of a horseshoe on the rear of the anvils table).
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The corners of the table are also tapered back slightly to give added clearance when working on the horn, which is finished to tight, smooth and evenly tapering specifications.
The 1" clear Hardie hole is moved ahead slightly utilizing more of the anvils mass when working with Hardie tools, The added stability is significant. The JHM Valley Forge 130 lb anvil's second Hardie at the base of the horn is similarly benefits from a position more central to the anvil's axis. These two anvils similarly have a 5/8" rather than a typical 1/2" pritchel hole.
The addition of a ledge added to each side of the face is great for working at a crisp 90° angle with heel caulks, ag heels, clips etc.
Designed, Tested and Used by Austen Eders and popular with Blacksmiths and Farriers in shops and competitions.
- WEIGHT: ~ 200LB
- BASE: 10 3/4" X 11 1/2"
- FACE: 4 1/2" X 18"
- HORN: 9" X 4 1/4"
- OVERALL LENGTH: 30"
- HEIGHT: 12"
- HARDY HOLE: 1"
- PRITCHEL HOLE: 5/8"
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** Limited Availability: The Anvils are en route and will arrive in the next few days. Most are sold already, and the few left may sell before they arrive (don't delay if you know what you want).
VIDEO TIP: How to Dress the Edges of your new anvil - We recommend 'dressing' the anvil edges to a slight radius to help prevent dings and chips from off strikes. (Video Coming Soon).
** Select 'In Store Pick Up' at check-out because anvils over 125 lbs are too heavy to send by standard courier. We have excellent trucking partners and can get quotes to ship by LTL whenever delivery is needed. Shipping is usually surprisingly affordable.