Colonial Forged Ax from Virginia (ca 1650)

Colonial Forged Ax from Virginia (ca 1650)

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Early colonial blacksmith forged ax with a flared cutting edge and reinforced ears around the eye. Probably forged around Williamsburg, VA. The haft is modern replacement but looks good. Excavated in north of Forte Jamestown in Tidewater Virginia. From the collection of Harold Peterson to Larry Bowly, Kensington, MD.  Ca 1650.



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