In its fully developed form. 6 ¼” overall. Slightly curved s.e. blade with distinct clipped point, the distinguishing feature of the scramseax. A belt knife equally suitable for slashing or thrusting. The whittle tang allowed mounting in a bone, antler or wood grip, without guard as it was intended for the clandestine or surprise attack and not for parrying. Excellent professionally conserved. With Plexiglas display easel and certificate of authenticity.