If Abraham Lincoln really was a vampire killer...this would have been his right hand! An absolute monster of an axe, you'll need to pump up those biceps if you intend to swing this thing.
Located last year in Brentwood, UK. This late 1800's hand forged 6lb. axe head by F. Chatfield was shipped over to the K.A. shop where it was cleaned and stripped of it's century and a half of grime then squared and re-profiled in needed areas by hand. The end result was then shipped up to Quebec where it was hung on a 34" white ash haft by Trinity Boletus, that axe handle guru of North America. Emile also hand fabricated the leather snap sheath that protects the cutting edge.
Slack belt sharpened to produce an extremely keen yet strong cutting edge, this beast slayer is alive again and ready to impress. Take a look at those heavy lamination lines, and scars from a life of use. Clearly made during a time when men ate tobacco for breakfast and exhaled coal dust with every breath...dropping trees in wool breeches and bowler hats while yelling God Save the Queen!
Get your Victorian back on, and feel that connection to a forgotten era. Just don't forget "biscuits" actually means cookies chaps.