Forged iron head of characteristically early form with large oval eyes and slightly angled bit, characteristics of the Biscay and Utrecht styles. See Swords and Blades of the American Revolution, Neumann, #3. For another example. 5 ¼” bit, the right side struck with a shield-shaped maker’s mark. 16 ½” overall length. The haft later. New England attic or barn finds were brought to market in the 1950s.