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Hults Bruk - Agdor Hatchet - Pre 1988 - Vintage Hults Bruk Axes & Hatchets - Hults BrukVintage Hults Bruk Axes & Hatchets – Hults Bruk

Added December 16, 2019 to Uncategorized

 

Hults Bruk – Agdor Hatchet – Pre 1988

Hi, my colleague found this axe when clearing out his dearly departed step-fathers workshop. Any information would be much appreciated.
 

1 Comment

  • JamesDecember 16, 2019 at 2:51 pm


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    The cold stamp HB with Made in Sweden means it was made sometime between the 1950s and 1988. Based on the font used for the weight, probably closer to the 1970s. The blue paint means it was part of the Agdor line of axes. The pattern is a hatchet pattern (closer to a Maine pattern) Thanks for sharing!

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