Danish Broad Axe
Historical Axes are not in production and unavailable in the US.
This replica of a Danish style axe from the 11th century is characterized by its long-extended edge and its curved handle. The broad axe was first and foremost a tool used for woodworking, such as in cutting and smoothing planks for house and boat construction. The original axe is on display at the Viking Museum in Roskilde, Denmark.