21 3/4" curved blade with broad fuller full length, long false edge and narrow fuller behind. Bronze (brass) hilt with bud form terminal recurved guard and "rainproof" washer below. Wire wrapped spirally fluted bone grip with radial motif bone pommel. Blade with uniform light tool finish and spotty smooth staining. Grip cracked each side with a small chip one side. Traditionally called "hunting swords" These in fact were produced as civilian side arms for merchants, professionals and other middle class owners. See Neumann 102.S for a near identical example.