frbetts

Did some light clean up on my 1912 solid steel Hay Budden anvil.

The picture is a before shot. Check out the video and tell me your thoughts. :D Thanks everyone! 



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jmccustomknives
Got her cleaned up!  Happy forging [biggrin]

Rule #10;  "I can make that" translates to; "I'm to cheap to buy it new."

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Metalmelt
Looks great, welcome to the forum.
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Hank Rearden
Great project. Here's a link to anvil restoration in the forum here, if you haven't read this yet.

http://www.theironforgefire.com/post/restoring-a-1860s-vintage-147-lbs-fisher-anvil-7463519?highlight=anvil+restoration&pid=1293392610

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Norseman C.B.
Looks good, After hearing it ring I personally
wouldn't re-weld that one, if you want to make crisp edges
you can make blocks of different sizes to fit yer hardy hole for that.
       Just my  $.02

Speaking of GREAT sounds, who does that tune that
started at the flap wheelin  ???...................Cliff

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