Anvil Names, Blacksmith and Farrier Anvil Brands, Trademarks or Tradenames:
American Skein and Foundry
Arm and Hammer
Brooks (Baker Vaughans Ltd.)
Brooks and Cooper
Centaur Forge (by Kohlswa)
Central Forge (cast iron)
Columbus Anvil and Forging
Columbian Harden Co
Columbus Forge and Iron
Grizzly (cast iron)
Kim Bach farriers anvil
Louisville Forged Anvil
M & H Armitage
MFC Hollow Core
Rat Hole Forge
SISCO (Swedish Iron and Steel)
Snyder & Oaks
Trenton Indian Chief
"USA" cheap cast iron
WT (Wholsale Tool - cast iron)
Yost "Y" in a circle
This list is not all inclusive as many new anvil makers are constantly coming into business and small makers are still being discovered.
Brands of many modern farrier's anvils are almost impossible to keep up with.
Many anvils were made for resellers to be privately branded such as by Sears (Acme brand) and Montgomery Ward (Lakeside brand).
Often these anvils had no name or logo marked on them permanently as the resellers had no way to do so.
They may have had paper labels, stencils or decals.
So if you have a no-name anvil it was probably made by one of the major manufacturers.
Besides brands there are types of anvils, London or English Pattern, Lièges pattern (French),
American pattern, double horned, German, Austrian,
farrier's, cutlery, sawyers, filemakers, jewelers, bickern, stake or stump and the scythe anvil or Dengelamboß.
Then there are cones and swage blocks