Neumann 19.S and type called the 1751 pattern. Brass hilt with heart shaped guard with two side bars and flat down turned quillon. Spirally fluted brass grip with olive form pommel stamped with O over 11. 24 1/8" narrow back fullered blade unmarked but for a 26 in individually struck numerals on the left side which may be a US surcharge from the Revolution or possibly even the French and Indian War. Excellent for the period throughout with smooth crisp blade and good patina to the hilt. Very superior example of a type known to have been used in the Revolution by both sides and now very seldom on the collectors market. When examples rarely do show up, they invariably are English militia marked, precluding North American service.