Below are a pair of extra nice "Hall" anchors. Smaller then the anchors above, but big enough for my tugboat design here.

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03/24/17: I have a large, "large scale" tugboat and ship anchor collection and I  create "paired" anchors available for sale. Yes, the anchors on this page are FOR SALE. I love my anchors but it's time to let them go. Matched pairs are rare. . .it has taken me years to find them. I have made pictures to show size to scale for your information. I have a page that is just for anchor and chain information:  "2TugBoats Anchors

The anchors below have their measurements. Five inches seems to be about the right size for my tugboat design here. If you were to make a superstructure that changes, roughly, the scale to a smaller one, these anchors might be a bit large. . .personally I love a larger anchor.

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Above are the smallest anchors in my collection. Small Stockless" anchors that are 2 1/8 inches long, 45 grams, true studded chain, and solid brass. $40.00, postage free in the US.

The camera distortion makes them look like different sizes. . .they are the same size. 

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This pair of small Hall anchors above can grace your tugboat for a price of $75.00, postage free in the US

I would guess that this is a pair of "Hall Style" anchors. They have a simple yet good looking design. A bit weak in the "Knuckle", but a perfect pair. 

The next three pictures are of one of my pairs of "Stockless" anchors. To the unconcerned these anchors look like "Navy" anchors, they are not. Next to a "Spek" anchor, these are my favorite. This matched pair is not just any set of "Stockless" anchors, they are a pair of heavier than most reproductions in this size group. The anchor on the left is bronze and the one on the right is brass.   Amazing is that I found them after only two years of searching. Really, try to find a pair of these heavier models. The bronze one weighs 12.9 ounces and the brass one weighs 12.2 ounces.  The plastic rule is 6 inches wide.

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These bright and strong looking Hall types are for sale for $165.00.  Freepostage in the USA. A finely polished pair of beautiful anchors indeed.

Above, this old tugboat is through. . .but its "Stockless Anchor" is still young-

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This fine and handsome pair of stockless anchors above, with chains and shackles, is available for $195.00, free postage in the USA. Seems like a high price but trust me, I have more than the selling price invested in them money and time wise. I will weep as they are packed and head out for their new tugboat assignment.   

OK. . .the next three anchor photos are of my "Hall" design type. Again, the camera distortion makes them look to be of different sizes, they are the same; a well matched pair. You could say they are twin brothers; very impressive-

This classy pair of anchors above can perfectly grace your tugboat for $65.00. Highly polished, sized just right, chains and shackles, and postage free in the US.