I dug this axe head about 25 feet from a stone lined cellar hole. The former home does not show up on any maps that I am aware of. Based on some Google searches, the axe sort of looks like a French-style belt or trade axe from the 1700s. It is only about 6 inches long, and doesn’t seem to have a poll on the back edge, which I think is a characteristic of an oldie. The eye is kind of tear drop shaped, and there looks to be a seam there. As for finds to help date it, I only found this thimble nearby. As for coins, I found some late 1700s coppers and a 1754 2-reale in this same site back in January, though about 100 feet or so from the hole.. Based on the axe shape, its construction, and the dates of the nearby coins, I am thinking a 1700s trade or belt axe. What do you think? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!