Brass hilt with recurved guard, and whimsical big lipped fish form guard. Bone grip decorated with tendrils. 21 5/8” curved broad fullered blade long false edge and distinct clipped point in the Eastern European taste. The forte decorated with foliage. The root of the fuller with stag & hound one side and boar & hound the other as found on hunting swords as well as civilian hangers. Most of these, while classified as hunting swords, in fact, were carried by civilians for personal protection in Europe and Colonial America. See Neumann 95.S for very similar example associated with the American Revolution.