This simple plank building is nonetheless of the fi nest construction in town (other than the well house). A well crafted stone chimney rises at the southern end, which boasts a well-fi tting door facing the Common. The opposite end sports a pair of sliding double doors that likewise face the Common. During the day, these doors are open revealing a well-equipped blacksmith’s workshop within. The other half of the building consists of the smith’s dwelling. A sign above the double door depicts a gray coin and an anvil.