forged iron head with narrow blade and short cylindrical bowl; blade marked A. Stowe and with hallmark B.O.; walnut haft with pewter inlay, overall length 15 in., length of head 6.75 in.
Although Harold Peterson notes the maker A.J. Stowe as probably American, based on a belt axe found in Vermont, the hallmark of B.O. denotes British Ordinance, presenting the possibility of Stowe as an English maker (Peterson 1971:51).
Mr. Carter, Toronto (1950)
Mike Henderson, Michigan (1969)
John Baldwin and Lynn Munger, Indiana (1970)
Chris Schenkel, Indiana (2004)
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