An axe-head is the metal portion of the axe that is fitted onto the wooden haft. It is occasionally found as a separate charge in its own right, as in the arms of Whit or White, 15th C. [DBA1 13], or the late-period depiction of the arms of von Franckenstein [Siebmacher 123]. The default form is of a single-bitted axe, edge to dexter; if another type of axe-head is intended, it should be specified. For related charges, see fer-a-loup.
Eric Ragnarsson bears: Counter-ermine, a double-bitted axehead within a bordure argent.
Günther Wolfferum bears: Quarterly sable and argent, in bend two axe-heads bendwise gules.
Roland le Taillefer bears: Argent, an axe-head azure.