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That is called an ANVIL and most blacksmiths would have had at least 3 of them.



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An "anvil" is a piece of iron that blacksmiths used to hammer swords, if it is what you mean...


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Traditionally, swords are made by blacksmiths. Of course, they can be made in factories as well.


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