Axes have to be among my favorite hand tools. I don't think I have any other tools that I collect just to have, but I have a bunch of axes. I remember getting to use one in the Boy Scouts was a proud moment for me, and my affinity for choppers has persisted. That probably goes toward my particular love of pulpwood or boys axes, of which I have several. None of them are really heirloom pieces by serious smiths, just a bunch of useful tools that I like to take out and get dirty.
One of my favorites is the Browning 231 Outdoorsman Axe. I did a video review on it on my YouTube channel. It has a slick design with a bit that takes a wickedly sharp edge. I got mine on sale, otherwise I don't think I would have bothered, which would have been a shame. This axe is a heck of cutter.
I also have a Husqvarna forest axe that I like a great deal. I had gotten my brother-in-law one for Christmas a few years back, and he loved it. So I got one for myself too. Not quite a Granfors Bruks but it's still a nice, handmade piece.
It used to be fun to fix up old axe heads back when you could get ten for a pittance. Now they cost ten pittances a piece! I have a few that I fixed up, but I feel like that hobby kind of dried up.