Added March 8, 2023 to Uncategorized
Too pitted with rust to make out any maker’s marks. Has one deeper indentation on each side that could be the sharpening aid. Appears to have had dimpling on the blade at least on one side. Weighs 2408g.
JamesMarch 8, 2023 at 1:33 pm
It’s hard to say if this is a Hults Bruk. It looks similar to an older HB turpentine pattern but much longer than anything I’ve seen from HB. See here for an example: http://hultsbruk1697.se/vintage-axes-hatchets/hults-bruk-turpentine-pattern-early-1900s-2/.
The diamond shaped lugs mean it was probably made in the early 1900s. Hope this helps! Thanks for sharing.
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