10 5/8" tapered diamond section blade. Iron cross guard of double acorn form. Ribbed swelled wood grip of the type produced in Albacete, with characteristic decorated brass conical terminals. Those are invariably mounted as daggers, sometimes erroneously identified as "plug bayonets" owing to the form of the grip. This is the only example we have encountered mounted as a stiletto and the construction indicates that it is earlier than the daggers mentioned.