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Ridgid-Peddinghaus Anvils (Germany)

**Please call to get shipping cost and order for weights over 150 lbs.**

Ridgid-Peddinghaus is still the best.  Dont be fooled by "peddinghaus style" anvils that are not forged

The Ridgid-Peddinghaus anvils are forged steel anvils from waist up. Some others may have a top plate that is forged, but not the whole top half.  Forged by Ridgid Peddinghaus  - Ridge Tool Co (Ridgid) in Germany and shipped from Ridge Tool consolidating at port of Antwerp, Belgium. 

The top face of the Peddinghaus Anvil is ground and induction hardened to 58 rockwell and provide a lively surface to work on.  Peddinghaus anvils are flat from front to back.  Center to tip of horns drop slightly.   Flat and Round horns may be lower than center face of the drop forged anvil. View the different Peddinghaus anvils that we have for sale today!  

Features Include:

  • Drop Forged Steel Construction
  • Milled, Hardened Work Surface
  • Generous Round Horn
  • Wide Stable Base
  • Square Hardie Hole
  • Pritchel Hole on Larger Models
  • ***Upsetting Block on Model 12 only***

If you have never tried a two-horn anvil......there is a reason why the majority of European blacksmiths use them.   What do you use the heel on your london pattern for?   Most people's answer is to hold hardy tool.    If your answer is not better than this then your missing out on all the other useful area of a two-horn anvil.

Call today to speak with one of us about the anvils we sell.

 

Peddinghaus 

Forged steel full sized blacksmith's anvil

Model

Wt.

Face
Width

Face
Length

Length
Horn(s)

Pritchel
Hole

Hardie
Hole

Length

Height

Base

5

77 lb


35 kg

3.75'

8'

5.5'

11/16'

1"

18.75'

8'

6.75 x 7.75'

9

165 lb


75 kg

5'

10.5'

7.5'

7/8'

1"

25'

10.5'

9.25 x 11'

12

275 lb


125 kg

5.25'

12'

8.5'

7/8'

1"

28.5'

12.25'

10.75 x 13.5'

NOTE: The upsetting block is available on Model 12 only and adds 1" to base width. The upsetting block is located on the opposite side from where it is pictured.

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.

Ridgid-Peddinghaus Anvils (Germany)

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