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  1. #31
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    Re: The Axe Head Showroom

    Quote Originally Posted by Westfront
    Do european axe heads count too?
    Of course they do. Those are fantastic! Thank you for posting them. It's great to see those styles; they are so different from anything we find here in the U.S.

    Prost!

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  2. #32
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    Re: The Axe Head Showroom

    found in corner of wifes grandfathers old excavating business shop edenville mi. Not sure how old still has handle
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  3. #33
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    Re: The Axe Head Showroom

    That looks like something out of a horror movie.. luv it!!!
    "Its a lot better for em to ask ya how ya doin than whatcha doin" -Tom Dickey

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    Re: The Axe Head Showroom

    Oh,boy.....I will have to snap some pics......I dont usually pack em home!I do have a pile though
    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



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    Here's one I found a couple weeks ago. It has a unique opening that so far the only explanation I have received is that it may have gotten that way from being used as a wedge and is just deformed. That may be, but the reason I question that is it is perfectly symmetrical side to side and top to bottom. There is no deformation to the back of it with the butt being perfectly flat with nice distinct edges. If anybody has any ideas let me know. I would love to be able to date this. The pictures here are before electrolysis, I'll post some later after she's cleaned up.
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    One more. This one is hatchet sized. First pic is right after I got it home and the second is after a little electrolysis. I need to seal it though. What's best, an oil or urethane?
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    Nice Axes guys!
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    Hi All,

    I found a old AX head today it was 4 inch's down any idea on the age of it,

    Thanks for the help, Happy Hunting,

    Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy
    Hello All,

    I am starting this post as a showroom for axe heads, whether electrolysis cleaned, or still rusty crusty. Post 'em here.

    There is a large variety in these tools over geography and time, and it will be cool to see everything from trade axes and weapons all the way through more modern tools.

    Cheers,

    Buckles
    Great Idea!! Here is my first and only axe head, found just the other day. Its soaking in apple cider vinegar right now and I will post an updated photo when its done.



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  10. #40
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    Here is a pic of the other side of the Ax,

    Thank's and happy hunting,

    Dan
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    TennesseeGal,

    I'd love to see a photo when it is cleaned up. I got two axe heads in two hunts here--one like you found and one like Dan found. I'll clean 'em up and get 'em posted.


    Cheers,



    Buckles
    2014 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    181? Cut Quarter of an 8 Reales
    1829 Cap and Rays 1 Real
    1876-S Seated Quarter
    Five Seated Half Dimes: Two 1840-O Half Dimes, 1842-O, 1848-O and 1857
    1876-CC, 1876-S, Two 1887 and an 1888 Seated Dimes
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    185? Large Cent
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    CW Eagle "I" Button
    CW Era "snake" Sword Hanger
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    1945 and 1945-S Mercury Dimes
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  12. #42
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    Thank you BuckleBoy! I'll post a pick as soon as its ready. I keep checking it! Lol. I'll be watching for your pictures!

  13. #43
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    What would be the best way to clean up the Axe head I found,

    Thanks again and Happy Hunting.

    Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just some Guy
    What would be the best way to clean up the Axe head I found,

    Thanks again and Happy Hunting.

    Dan
    Hey Dan! I'm not the expert here but I'm going to pass on what I learned from others here. I'm soaking my axe head in apple cider vinegar as directed by some of the more experienced relic hunters here. Some mentioned using a dremel also after the soak to knock off some left over stuff. I've been soaking mine for about 5 days and it has a way to go. I'm going to change the vinegar out tomorrow. You'll want to rinse it well with water and seal it after it dries. Someone recommended a product but I'll have to look it up. Do a search on TNet for axe heads and you'll find some posts.

  15. #45
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    Thanks Tennesseegal for the information,

    after our club meeting I will start soaking it in Apple cider vinegar, just happen to have some here at the house,

    Happy Hunting,

    Dan
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