Heavy Underhill 8.25 inch Antique Carbon Steel Cleaver. Ax was the murder weapon in the trial of Lizzie Borden. The Underhill clan of edge toolmakers can be documented as working as early as the seventh decade of the 18th century in both southern New Hampshire and the Boston area. Underhill edge tools, ranging from steeled wrought iron to the finest cast steel timber framing tools, are frequently recovered from New Englands boatyards and collections.This antique cleaver is in good condition for its age. The blade is stained and pitted - a common thing in carbon steel blades of this age. The wooden handle shows signs of use but is tight to the cleaver. There is a hole for hanging drilled in the end of the handle. If you would like to upgrade to Priority International, faster and more expensive, please message us before purchasing. We have a pet filled home, heat our home with a wood stove, use recycled packaging material whenever possible and acquire our inventory from multiple sources and therefore can not guarantee our products and packaging materials come from a smoke free environment. And please recycle the packaging materials we send to you.
The item "Heavy Underhill 8.25 inch Antique Carbon Steel Cleaver" is in sale since Tuesday, March 20, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Utensils\Cutlery". The seller is "strangetrip68" and is located in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.
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