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    Default Picked up a few tiny hatchets.

    I have a thing for tiny hatchets, been eyeballing these at the flea market the last few weekends, finally offered a reasonable price and managed to get them. The smallest one is a Bluegrass Belknap from Kentucky, I can't believe it has the original blue paint on it, not sure of exact age but the company went out of business in the mid 80's and founded in early 1800's. My guess this one is 60's-70's
    Also picked up the Plumb BoyScout knife, I know they are not rare or anything but its small and pretty cool if you ask me.


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    Very nice,,,,,,,,,,they still have well defined stamps.

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    Awesome hatchets. I've been eyeballing one at my flea market for about a month now. My problem is that I can't fully read the name.

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    Very nice. The boy scout one might not be rare, but the older ones were very well made.

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