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Item #: G8150
Model # G8150
These classically-designed anvils have always had a special place in the shops of blacksmiths, farriers and ironworkers - yet they are quickly becoming a mainstay for any craftsman who demands a solid surface for fabricating architectural details, artwork and other custom metalwork. Perfect for flattening or forming a wide range of metals, these brawny cast iron anvils are carefully milled and polished to provide exceptionally smooth working surfaces. Each anvil includes a square hardy hole and built-in notches for secure bench attachment. These handsomely finished anvils are a welcome addition to any workshop.

This massive 300 lb. anvil measures 11-3/4" wide x 26-5/8" long x 12-1/8" high and has a 10-7/8" horn and 7-7/8" x 15-3/4" face with 2" square hardy hole.


8 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
Very Impressed 06/17/2019 5:52:48 PM

I purchased this anvil about a month ago. The cost compared to vintage anvil was really no comparison at all. Ive used this anvil almost daily since it was delivered and have had no issues whatsoever.

Make sure its chained down to the base and have a lot of help to move it around. We used the front loader of the tractor and then straps to get it on the base.

If youre looking for a work anvil, this is it.

Anonymous Reviewer
Great, and great big. I need to look for attachments now. 05/20/2019 11:28:13 PM

Looks great, have not had the opportunity to actually use it yet.

Anonymous Reviewer
Super Happy 05/10/2019 7:44:46 PM

i was very happy with the quality of my anvil and the speed of delivery

Steve H
STOP Thinking about it & buy it!!! 03/21/2019 7:40:45 PM

As the cost of an vintage anvil of the same weight would approach $3000.00 it would seem as though this would be a no brainer.... Somehow I'm stumped as to why folks would hesitate on such a thing. So I'm compelled to review this anvil as much as an anvil can be reviewed.

This thing is massive & heavy you'll need an engine hoist or 3 friends to pick it up and a got oak tree trunk or equiv. for a base. It's best to strap it down with chain & a turnbuckle because repetitive hammer will loosen itself from most fasteners. The ball bearing test gave me about a 10-11" return from a 12" drop. It's real hard to get an accurate measurement but the return & subsequent bounces were all about an 1" shorter than the previous. Which tells me they are at least aging the cast portion of this anvil and that would explain why the anvil was on backorder for so long. Now I can not determine if the top plate is forged or cast & whether is has been brazed, welded, glued, double sided sticky tape, or whatever to the base but at this size & weight it doesn't really matter to me. The ONLY drawback to this anvil is that it has a 2" hardy hole in the back and for the life of me I don't know why.

Anyway for the price, I'm buying another because I'm sure I'll sell it for twice the price in a year or two....


Robert S
03/07/2019 4:50:06 AM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Perfect 02/15/2019 1:59:29 PM

Great size and make for all jobs. Better than I expected.

Anonymous Reviewer
03/12/2018 6:45:36 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Great price! 07/26/2017 1:42:40 PM

I was looking for an affordable anvil for my husband as a gift. It is huge and heavy, well worth the money.

Q & A

Common Questions and Answers about the G8150:

Q: Is the 300lb anvil made from cast steel or cast iron?

A:Cast iron.

Q: What is the square hole for?

A:The square hole on the anvil is called a Hardie hole and is used to specialize forming. It is also used in punching and bending applications.

Q: What is the hardness of the face of the anvil?

A:The rockwell hardness is approximately 40 to 44 RC.