My shipment from Austria has arrived and has been inventoried in. Most anvils are over 300 pounds and they are very high quality German and Swedish made. I still have a few English anvils from a shipment back in December.
2-300 pound range: 2 anvils
3-400 pound range: 10 anvils
4-500 pound range: 7 anvils
5-600 pound range: 1 anvil
6-700 pound range: 3 anvils
700+ range: 1
4 sawyers anvils
There is 9 swage blocks from England and Germany.
If you see a anvil that you want more info on just drop me a line here or call me at 559-760-0092 (10AM to 6PM PST). I will be putting pictures of individual anvils and equipment with prices later.
URGENT!! This coming Saturdays CBA meeting has been canceled due to recent nearby fire activity. The Railroad Fire has not progressed the last two days in our direction but I want to be sure to not put any of you in danger if the fire decides to “wake up”. Meetings will resume October 14th. Any questions please call me at 559-760-0092 or message me here.
URGENT!! Please keep a close eye on this page for updates on this upcoming CBA meeting this Saturday. We are under evacuation advisory at this time and I’m in and out of the property at the moment. If the Railroad Fire is still progressing I will cancel the meeting for safety reasons. Look for an update on Thursday.
It is my pleasure to announce that we will have a guest blacksmith from Vista Forge coming for our next meeting on June 10th.
Beth Holmberg will be demonstrating and teaching how to make a “Sticking Tommy” miners candle holder for those who would wish to participate. Forge welding skills will be very handy for thus project.
Material will be provided but if you have tongs for 1/4″ square stock that would help out a lot. I hope to have a supply of the candles too.
I will be limiting this to six people due to time and space constraints.
Please contact me at the above email link or call me at 559-760-0092 if you wish to sign up. No need to sign up if you want to just watch.
I just picked up 2,500 pounds of good pea sized bituminous coal in 50 pound bags. It will be available for $25 per bag to CBA members. During my trip up to Sacramento to get this I also went anvil shopping and came back with a few that will be available after mid March. One of them is a excellent condition 218 pound Peter Wright. Also a near unused 168 pound John Brooks with matching stand.
Just a friendly reminder that the monthly CBA meeting is going to be this Saturday the 11th here at Wizard’s Workshop & Forge. I myself (Jake) will not be here but you will have Jim Kirby and Ed Scherf as your hosts. Hopefully it dries out by then if not there is a couple of propane forges that can be used inside.
326 pound north German style single horn in excellent condition. Rebound is fantastic at 80%. Unknown on maker of this anvil for I could not find a makers mark. Edges have a few minor chips, see pictures.
Weight: 326 pounds
Length: 28 3/4″
Face: 5 3/4″
Hardie: 1 1/4″
Shipping is available at purchasers expense. I charge $25 to pallitize and deliver to a freight terminal.
A word of caution for those coming tomorrow! Please watch for ice on the roadways!! Road 620 does not get sanded and has had running water going over it so it is now thick ice. This mostly pertains to the first 3/4 mile off the highway.