Picked up at a yard sale

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  1. DirtmanDave

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    IMG_20190818_155411024.jpg Picked this up but don't know who's the maker. Any ideas?
    Can't find any markings yet.
    Got it CHEAP!

    Needs new haft for sure.
     
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    70's Swedish or German import. Pretty good axe for all around use. Re-seat the head, put a new wedge in it, put a new edge on it, and enjoy it.
     
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    Axe? Only 1# 3³/⁴ Oz's with the handle. Really small and light hatchet.
     
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    Looks swedish but maybe not.
     
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    Skodco, maybe.
    No stamps anywhere on the head?
     
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