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Old 10-14-2010, 04:13 PM
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This is a Trotman anchor, I found this anchor in the fresh waters of the St.Clair river in Michigan. These anchor's where made from 1830-1880 and are very rare because of the pivoting flukes.This would have been off a wood schooner or a whale back ship. This anchor weighs 3166 lbs. and is 10' tall and 11' wide at the cross arm. I completely restored this anchor, sand blasted primed and painted black. This would look great sitting on any water front property or in front of a restaurant. I have found and brought up many ship anchors but none as nice as this one. Asking $6000.00 and is in Marysville Michigan.
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Could you please estimate the air express shipping cost to Sweden ? :-)
J/K aside, i just love this anchor. Nice job done on the restoration.
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Old 10-15-2010, 12:03 PM
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that thing is very cool!was it in the mud, and how did you find it??
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+2 on the restoration!
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You'd need a big azzed anchor ball to float that thing !!

+3 on the resto.

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I need this for my 25' center console. Will you take $6.00 shipped?
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I bet it was hard to swim back up to the boat with that thing under your arm!
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Damm that would be a great neck charm for my exwife
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Old 10-17-2010, 03:34 PM
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This anchor is incredable. My favorite for sure. Whoever buys this anchor, post up a picture of its resting place...
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way cool
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RiverDiver,

Great find, thanks for sharing your pics'. Best of luck with your sale.
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This is a Trotman anchor, I found this anchor in the fresh waters of the St.Clair river in Michigan. These anchor's where made from 1830-1880 and are very rare because of the pivoting flukes.This would have been off a wood schooner or a whale back ship. This anchor weighs 3166 lbs. and is 10' tall and 11' wide at the cross arm. I completely restored this anchor, sand blasted primed and painted black. This would look great sitting on any water front property or in front of a restaurant. I have found and brought up many ship anchors but none as nice as this one. Asking $6000.00 and is in Marysville Michigan.
I am in Toronto and very interested in this anchor. Summer home on Lake Huron (the most beautiful Great Lake) and have the perfect spot...possible to boat it across to the Goderich shores !!
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Great anchor. If unsold, please let me know how to get in touch with you.
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Looks tippy
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Has this anchor sold yet? If not, please contact. Thank you.
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come with a trailer?
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Wish it was in FL!!!
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Can some one please send me a link to a windless that will pull this anchor. I think it will hold my 23 on the ledge with only a small amount of scope.

Wonderful job that thing is beautiful. Would love it for a landscape center piece.
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