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6 år 3 veckor sedan - 6 år 2 veckor sedan #36478 av Kimmo
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Hello

I'm writing this in english, my swedish is way too bad for writing anyting else than my name...

I bought an straightening anvil and I would like to know more about it. Maybe someone here knows about these?
Anvil has been used in old saw mill, for straightening saw blades. It weights about 60kg.

There is some white paint on it (and some bird poop too), number 59 is painted in it and number 59 is also stamped in it.
It also has Torshälla Sågbladsfabrik name plate.

For me, it seems unlikely that saw blade factory would make anvils but I could be wrong.
Maybe there has been some Swedish anvil makes that made it but saw blade factory just sold those in their own name.

Any idea when these were sold or made and who made these?
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6 år 2 veckor sedan #36479 av znutt
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Probably unlikely that saw blade factory would do, but you never know.... :blink:

The sign is probably the former owners marking.
Looks like you have more data/sign to the left of the 59 on the anvil bottom shelf, picture #1
Try also to look closer to the mid parts of the long side. It can be hard to distinguish anny text

I think the manufacture normally stamped the anvil directly like the 59 on picture 1 lower right corner.
Try a wire brush….
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znutt skrev: Probably unlikely that saw blade factory would do, but you never know.... :blink:
The sign is probably the former owners marking.
Looks like you have more data/sign to the left of the 59 on the anvil bottom shelf, picture #1
Try also to look closer to the mid parts of the long side. It can be hard to distinguish anny text

I think the manufacture normally stamped the anvil directly like the 59 on picture 1 lower right corner.
Try a wire brush….


When I asked from the previous owner about the history, he told me that anvil was hard to find and expensive. He said that there are some texts or labels in anvil but he did not know what those were. And he was 75 years old, it must have been quite long time ago when he purchaced the anvil.

There is some kind of sign or text or symbol in the left corner, see attached picture.
I don't know what it is.

Do you know any Swedish anvil maker that had straightening anvils in their products?
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6 år 2 veckor sedan #36482 av Peter_H
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Kimmo, try to get in touch with the anvilfactory Kohlswa (in Kohlswa, Sweden) I think they can give you an answer, since they are experts ;) Good luck ! Peter

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6 år 2 veckor sedan #36485 av Björklund
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Terve Kimmo. Arvan että olet Suomesta niin siksi suomeksi. Se voi hyvinkin olla että toi kilpi pätee. Torslanda (Nässjö) sågbladsfabrik nimittäin teki sahanteriä ja työkaluja. Työakaluja voi olla alasimia.

Hej Kimmo. Jag gissar att du är från Finland därför svarar jag på finska. Den kan mycket väl vara att typskylten stämmer.
Torslanda (Nässjö) Sågbladsfabrik tillverkade nämligen sågblad och verktyg. Verktyg kan väl vara smides-/riktstäd.

Börje.
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6 år 2 veckor sedan - 6 år 2 veckor sedan #36486 av Johan Sangberg
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Hello

This is interesting. You can see the same anvil from different suppliers and one manufacturer. Might be different and that interesting.

In my old book from Sonesson they sell the same type of anvil. You kan read the different weight and other stuff there... see attached picture :)





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Peter_H skrev: Kimmo, try to get in touch with the anvilfactory Kohlswa (in Kohlswa, Sweden) I think they can give you an answer, since they are experts ;) Good luck ! Peter


Thank you for the advise, I'll try to contact Kohlswa about this.
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Björklund skrev: Terve Kimmo. Arvan että olet Suomesta niin siksi suomeksi. Se voi hyvinkin olla että toi kilpi pätee. Torslanda (Nässjö) sågbladsfabrik nimittäin teki sahanteriä ja työkaluja. Työakaluja voi olla alasimia.

Hej Kimmo. Jag gissar att du är från Finland därför svarar jag på finska. Den kan mycket väl vara att typskylten stämmer.
Torslanda (Nässjö) Sågbladsfabrik tillverkade nämligen sågblad och verktyg. Verktyg kan väl vara smides-/riktstäd.

Börje.


Börje, you are correct, I'm from Finland :)
I'll answer this in english, so others can follow. Making cast steel tools would require some kind of steel foundry and then they could make anvils with the same process. I don't know much about saw blades, but I think that they are not made of cast steel.

I'm not sure if my anvil is cast steel or cast iron with steel top plate. I hope and think cast steel.
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6 år 2 veckor sedan - 6 år 2 veckor sedan #36489 av Kimmo
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johan sangberg skrev: Hello

This is interesting. You can see the same anvil from different suppliers and one manufacturer. Might be different and that interesting.

In my old book from Sonesson they sell the same type of anvil. You kan read the different weight and other stuff there... see attached picture :)
//johan


I measured my anvil and it is what you have in your picture, size 12 (storlek 12).
If I saw correctly, it says (in the picture) that those small anvils are "full steel" but I saw nothing about the straightening anvils material, is it cast iron or steel.
What is or was Sonesson, some kind of tool reseller or manufacturer? How old is your old book?

It's interesting that there is not much information about straightening anvils in internet. I tried to google with keyword riktstäd but found only one that relates to this.
Börje wrote about Nässjö sågbladsfabrik, this ad has 50kg anvil seems to have number 49 in it.
www.webpaper.se/demos/nassjosaw/images/page14.swf

Finnish anvil maker Lokomo had 60kg straightening anvils too, I attached their ad from 1932. 60kg model had quite much the same dimensions that my anvil and the one in Sonesson book.
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6 år 2 veckor sedan #36490 av Johan Sangberg
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Hi

Sonesson is a reseller and that book is dated 1920 and almost 100 years old. More then 3000 pages with tools and machines for example steamlikomotives and drilling mashines. Today Sonessons have no things like that for sale.






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