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Anvil Lifting
George Jowett’s Anvil

George Jowett’s Anvil

"In the old days, anvils were made in various sizes, and in a smithy shop you could always find three or four of different weights. A light anvil would be about seventy-five or eighty pounds and used for straightening nails, or light riveting. The others averaged...

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Peter Cortese: Anvil Lifting

Peter Cortese: Anvil Lifting

Peter Cortes, of Boston, Massachusetts was stricken with double pneumonia as a child and it necessitated the removal of one of his lungs. He was not expected to live very long there-after but he not only beat the odds but also became a champion weight lifter. His...

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Tag:
Anvil Lifting
George Jowett’s Anvil

George Jowett’s Anvil

"In the old days, anvils were made in various sizes, and in a smithy shop you could always find three or four of different weights. A light anvil would be about seventy-five or eighty pounds and used for straightening nails, or light riveting. The others averaged...

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Peter Cortese: Anvil Lifting

Peter Cortese: Anvil Lifting

Peter Cortes, of Boston, Massachusetts was stricken with double pneumonia as a child and it necessitated the removal of one of his lungs. He was not expected to live very long there-after but he not only beat the odds but also became a champion weight lifter. His...

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