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TOPIC: Reasoning behind the Hay-Budden farriers' anvil

Reasoning behind the Hay-Budden farriers' anvil 28 Jul 2011 14:13 #1

  • Frank Turley
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I've had three Hay-Budden farriers' anvils. I presently have one of the big ones, one yard long and one foot tall. I believe that HB developed this style of anvil, and I have often wondered about its features. What was in the minds of those who developed it?

Notably, it has the swelled horn which required eliminating the cutting table, the latter being found on a smith's anvil. I assume that the swell was so the shoe could be opened easily because of daylight between the horn and inner web. My HB anvils do not have the flattish tops of some other later brands of anvils.

Then there's the clip horn. Most of us do not use it, because we know that it guts out material on the hoof surface at the base of the clip.

Most all of the HB farriers' patterns had a narrow face, usually in the neighborhood of 4 inches. I can only guess that they may have been thinking of side clips spanning the face thereby making the shoe easier to level. A better pattern for this would be the pyramidal tapered "horn" that is found on Continental blacksmith's anvils.

The heels were thicker on the earlier HB's, but they got fairly thin on the later manufactured ones. I have no clue as to the reason. Again, on the early models, there was one pritchel hole. Later on, two pritchel holes were placed in the heel. Do you suppose that they thought the shoe was less likely to topple off the anvil while pritcheling?

I think that the HB's have nice lines overall. I might make a mild criticism about the narrow waist. The British anvils had proportionately bigger waists and more material going into the heel and horn base, so the British anvil gave perhaps better rebound and less heel vibration than the HB's.

In the late 1950's, Multi-Product began having their farriers' pattern cast in Japan. It was designed in the states and was supposed to be a takeoff of the HB, but turned out freaky looking. Lots of vibration and even less substance to the waist.

Just sitting here thinking out loud. My 2ยข.

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Reasoning behind the Hay-Budden farriers' anvil 19 Apr 2013 22:42 #2

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I believe the H-B models you're talking about were a "compromise" pattern. There were many shops during that period that did general smithing as well as horse-shoeing as the two trades hadn't gone their separate ways yet.
Anvils such as that are ideal for doing that kind of work.

I believe it was H-B that was one of the first to produce anvils equipped with clip horns. The double pritchel holes on shoeing anvils is a very handy thing as shoers tend to punch a lot of holes. Years later some makers added a groove to the face for the same reason.

Although the Multi-Products pattern was a bit radical looking I did like them. The Big Tex was similar in design. All of the stuff being discussed is better IMO than anything contemorary.
Good topic.
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