Peddinghaus Anvils
Peddinghaus #12 forged steel anvil photo (c) 2003 Jock Dempsey Peddinghaus #12 forged steel anvil photo (c) 2003 Jock Dempsey
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Specifications
The only forged steel anvil sold in North America!
Model
 Wt. 
Face
Width
Face
Length
Length
Horn(s)
Pritchel
Hole
Hardie
Hole
Length
Height
Base
#2
OUT*
45 lb
20 kg
3.25"
6.75"
4.5"
n/a
3/4"
15.5"
6"
5.5 x 6.5"
#5
77 lb
35 kg
3.75"
8"
5.5"
n/a
3/4"
18.75"
8"
6.75 x 7.75"
#7
OUT*
110 lb
50 kg
4.25"
10"
6.5"
7/8"
1"
22.5"
8.75"
8.25 x 10"
#9
165 lb
75 kg
5"
10.5"
7.5"
7/8"
1"
25"
10.5"
9.25 x 11"
#11
OUT*
220 lb
100 kg
5.25"
12"
8.5"
7/8"
1"
28.5"
11.5"
9.75 x 12"
#12
275 lb
125 kg
5.25"
12"
8.5"
7/8"
1"
28.5"
12.25"
10.75 x 13.5"
* OUT - Models 2,7 and 11 are out of production as of January 2006
NOTE: Model #12 is the same pattern as #11 except that it is a little taller and comes with a an upsetting block. This is available on this model only.

Models 2 through 11 are available with a single horn and rectangular heel.
Models 2 and 5 have round holes but can be ordered with a square hardy hole.

What is an upsetting block used for?
The upsetting block is down lower for upsetting heavy bars. You don't have to raise the hammer so high OR the bar if you are ramming it on the block. Being on the opposite side (away from the user) it provides some safety in the event the bar kicks out when struck.



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