One axe that I just rehung today after it followed me home and I sharpened it today, (in fact these things occurring over the course of some days, but, you know). Known as zimmerbeil, we can call it a carpentry axe. It makes a good companion to its cousin out of the Tyrollean regions the breitbeil. Sharing similar construction features to include a nicely tapered socket and this rib accentuating the form, both are of course left-hand oriented. The taper being notable because not all similar axe makers go to the effort, just wrapping the socket parallel-sided for expediency instead. And together with their cousin bandhacke, as a carpenter of a certain tradition, who could ask for more. In other words the set seems complete. One other complimentary feature is the extra effort made at decorating it. I like also the choice of placement reminding anyone who might be mistakenly inclined not to use the poll as a hammer.