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    Double Edge Spear Point Dagger C. 1850. Unmarked but probably Sheffield, with the original sheath. 10 3/8" overall, 5 3/8" blade with rudimentary median ridge, 1 1/8" wide at the base. Over German silver cross guard, German silver grip ferrule. One piece ebony grip with fan/shell carving at the pommel. Blade with a couple of minor nicks and some scattered patches of staining/very light pitting mixed with luster. Grip with a couple of age cracks but no loss. Original black moroccan leather covered paste board scabbard with scallop edge German silver mounts and frog stud. A nice little knife.

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    November, 2008
    20th-21st Thursday-Friday
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