Well I have been hunting hard for an anvil since the hammer in and found one today. I had been asking around with people I know and talking to some auctioneers, and ended up randomly finding one. I was talking about knives with a guy and he said he had an old anvil at his farm that he thought was 120 lbs. I went out after work to check it out and found a dirty old hunk of steel. Bob Hazel had instructed me to take a hammer, a ball bearing and a wire brush, and it paid off. I scrubbed the side to uncover 1.2.0 which is the stone system not lbs. I also uncovered the makers mark and some other stamping, and from what I have researched so far, what I have now is a 168 lb Mouse Hole Forge anvil from Sheffield England. From what I read they made anvils from 1780 to 1933 so I know it's older than 1933, and based on the stamping I believe it is pre 1910. The entire body is wrought iron with a steel face. I don't have any pics yet as its dirty and also dark outside, but I think I scored alright considering he threw in the two hardy cutoffs too. They are marked W&B CO, not sure what that meanns yet. It rings clean and has impressive rebound so I am pretty darn happy tonight.