Probably Pennsylvania. Style favored in Europe at the time. See Neumann 58.PA and 61.PA for related French and German examples, respectively. This example of distinct American workmanship and Pennsylvania flair. Iron head with broad medially ridged spear point. The base with “flame” cross member flanked by pairs of crescents. Faceted baluster bolster and faceted socket. Dark wood haft. 6’ total length. Excellent for the period. The head with forged lamination and imperfections and light tool finish.