Classic form with broad 9” medially ridged blade and brown horn hilt mounted with two coins and silver wire and pellets. Elaborate scabbard with the terminal upturned and balancing the throat, both of which are mounted with silvered metal and wire set with ten orange cabochons and four beads. The leather medial with its intricate lace wrap intact. The exterior well used with minor wear and good patina. The blade bright with traces of blue to the forte. These were worn in the middle of the belt as signs of manhood and used only for individual combat. Thus, the blade, even if used on occasion, would be preserved as new while the exterior acquired light wear and good patina from its environment.