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    Pfeil is from Switzerland.

    Could also add:
    Aberl from Germany www.aberl.info/
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    Fitzi from Switzerland http://www.werkzeugschmied.ch/

    Revex from France
    Leborgne from France: http://www.leborgne.fr/index_en.html
    Last edited by Ravaillac; 04-17-2010 at 03:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravaillac View Post
    Pfeil is from Switzerland.

    Could also add:
    Aberl from Germany www.aberl.info/
    and
    Fitzi from Switzerland http://www.werkzeugschmied.ch/

    Revex from France
    Leborgne from France: http://www.leborgne.fr/index_en.html
    Excellent, thanks for the input!

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    This is becoming a very nice list. Great info...........
    Dusty One

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    You could also add:


    Tosa Uchi Hamono
    from Japan there's not much info online about them, though. I have one, love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somber View Post
    You could also add:


    Tosa Uchi Hamono
    from Japan there's not much info online about them, though. I have one, love it.
    That's awesome! I might have to get one of those hewing axes. I'll add them to the list, thanks.

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    I think they should make a sticky thread out of this.....Keep it at the top ?
    Dusty One

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    I've had a SAGER double bitted 3.5 pound axe for 20 or so years that was given to me by an old forester. You might want to add that name.

    Thanks to JURISPRUDENCE I now know a lot more about Sager than I did an hour ago!! GREAT LINK!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry from Bend View Post
    I've had a SAGER double bitted 3.5 pound axe for 20 or so years that was given to me by an old forester. You might want to add that name.

    Thanks to JURISPRUDENCE I now know a lot more about Sager than I did an hour ago!! GREAT LINK!!!!
    Added Sager in there...

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    Pritzlaff Hardware of Milwaukee WI sold axes labeled Pritzlaff, Pritzlaff Special, and Everkeen P. H. Co.
    I also have two M. Frankfurth Co. axes and two Rixford axes.
    Jim

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    www.helko.de/

    Helko, Germany

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    I just picked up a couple of nice old axes marked "Eclipse". Any ideas?
    John Frankl

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    There was an Eclipse company that made the old fashioned reel lawnmowers. Maybe they made axes.

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    Evansville Tool Works in Evansville Indiana produced axes and hatchets for several years. I really haven't much information on this company, but have had several different styles over the years. I live pretty close to Evansville. I have heard they went out of business in the early 40's

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    FLORES CORTES, EXTREMADURA, SPAIN
    Manufacturer of a large variety of forestry and construction tools.

    FLORES CORTES DON BENITO SL
    Poligono Industrial San Isidro,
    06400 Don Benito, España
    +34-924-81-09-15

    www.florescortes.com/



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    ZUBI-ONDO, SPAIN
    Manufacturer of agricultural and construction tools

    Herramientas Ermua, S.L.L. (Zubi - Ondo)
    Ctra. de Areitio, 5
    Ermua 48260, Euskadi
    Spain
    +34 943 170 150

    www.zubi-ondo.com


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    do you know anything about my Austria made carpenters axes and Goose Wing Carpenters Axe -in the pic- the Goose Wing came from Austria and is quite old - it is right handed and 12 and a half inch blade - it is for truing up (making one or two sides flat instead of round) of a log so they fit better - i have a 2 that were shipped from the Ukraine. I would like to know more about its date of manufacture and company history if any?

    what i found so far i think it is from the 1920s

    It is stamped Gusstahl Seebach but hard to read

    Thank you


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    my apologies for the large print I'm still kinda new to the forum was experimenting --

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