6 5/8” overall length with slightly curved back wedge section blade. Whittle tang for embedding in a bone or wood hilt. Made without a cross guard. See Museum of London #BC72[79]<2425> for a similar example. At the time, virtually every man carried a knife such s this for protection in public.  Excavated and professionally conserved with Plexiglas display easel and certificate of authenticity.
Item ID: A7962

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