Added July 18, 2017 to 1900s, Central American
There are two distinct markings. One is an “H” with a circle surrounding it and the other indicates it was made in Sweden. Thank you for your help!
Circle H maker’s mark on the poll of the axe was used between 1900 – 1910. The think this pattern is called Central American. Looks to be in great shape for a hundred-year-old axe!
Awesomee some old
Fella with lots of life yet!!
Wow, what a great looking axe!
Great shape and still in great condition.
Awesome axe! I think this is my favorite pattern.
great looking blade!
Grey looking axe! That’s a sign of great craftsmanship!
I love the simplistic shape of the blade, and the handle wrap is gnarley!
That is a sweet looking ax!
That is awesome!
Awesome ol axe!
A very nice axe.
Great looking axe head for being over 100 years old. It has signs of use that makes you wonder the axes story of how many tress it fell and by who!
Its a good looking axe !
Love the basic..all business look
Great old axe!
What weight would this be, or was the pattern offered in a range of weights? Would make a lovely carving axe, if light enough.
Definitely my favorite!
The older the better i say 🙂
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