aren't they purdy?
5 comments on “banjo and anvil”
Ralph Stanley legend Says:
Friday, December 12, 2008 @1:28:21 PM
Hey, you certainly know your Banjo's ! That's a SNORTER, as we say in England. Have one rather like it myself !
Friday, January 2, 2009 @6:12:39 PM
The very old anvil has a nice "ring" to it also. Two of my favorite things.
Friday, January 2, 2009 @7:21:46 PM
Are you a blacksmith by any chance? The only reason I ask is that
Friday, January 2, 2009 @7:22:38 PM
I am one as well and like those old anvils as well, mine is a 123 pound Peter Wright.
Saturday, January 3, 2009 @6:49:47 PM
Hey stelling58, I tinker with blacksmithing. I have a couple old lever action forges and many anvils. Peter Wright is a good anvil. I have them and Hay Buddens, Star, Foster, Wilkinson, Trenton, Vulcan, Eagles, and others I can't recall at the moment. I think they are beautiful.
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