Axe ID, Weight Stamp underneath head

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Hey all, new to the forum and axes. I’m currently working with the Forest service doing trail work. Love what we do and our district encourages axe use over saws when possible. Got some advice from a volunteer to grab any old axe with a weight stamp under the head as it’s almost certainly a Snow and Nealley. Found one and grabbed it. However, the stamp’ font doesn’t seem to match that of other S and Ns, most notably the 3 has a flat top to it.

Did I make a bad first call on an axe or is this puppy ok?

 
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While the older Snow and Nealleys are certainly good axes there are many others as good or better.
 
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Looks almost like my Trojan boys axe, i carry that thing everywhere, and im sure you will too once you get use it to.
 
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