Paul Chen Hero’s Axe.    The legendary double axe has long been associated with heroes and heroics, and the Hero’s Axe (PC-1074) perpetuates the legend. Almost 30” overall with 10” polished edges, fearsome but with graceful lines and studded decoration, this axe is the ultimate combination of form and function. Leather edge covers for the tempered edges are provided for safe portability.   KEY FEATURES: • Double Bladed  • Forged head with tempered edges

Paul Chen Hero’s Axe. The legendary double axe has long been associated with heroes and heroics, and the Hero’s Axe (PC-1074) perpetuates the legend. Almost 30” overall with 10” polished edges, fearsome but with graceful lines and studded decoration, this axe is the ultimate combination of form and function. Leather edge covers for the tempered edges are provided for safe portability. KEY FEATURES: • Double Bladed • Forged head with tempered edges

Northlander Forest Axe "Stalwart".    Meeman Tools. Hand made by blacksmith and carpenter

Northlander Forest Axe "Stalwart". Meeman Tools. Hand made by blacksmith and carpenter

Gransfors Bruks 475 Swedish Carving Axe. A chop axe for hewing bowls and other wooden objects, wood artistic carving and architectural work, as well as for log work. http://www.osograndeknives.com/store/catalog/carpentry-axes/gransfors-bruks-475-swedish-carving-axe-4247.html

Gransfors Bruks 475 Swedish Carving Axe. A chop axe for hewing bowls and other wooden objects, wood artistic carving and architectural work, as well as for log work. http://www.osograndeknives.com/store/catalog/carpentry-axes/gransfors-bruks-475-swedish-carving-axe-4247.html

CS Custom Blacksmith Hand Forged Railroad Spike Tomahawk Natural Turquoise Cabs | eBay

Details about CS Custom Blacksmith hand forged Railroad spike Tomahawk Natural turquoise cabs

CS Custom Blacksmith Hand Forged Railroad Spike Tomahawk Natural Turquoise Cabs | eBay

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Wild%20Willis%2001%20Pipehawk%20image%203%20of%205.jpg

Club  ARTIST:probably Anishinaabe (Ojibwe)  DATE:c. 1750-1800    The Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Club ARTIST:probably Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) DATE:c. 1750-1800 The Minneapolis Institute of Arts

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