13 ½” narrow fullered blade with raised ricasso. Brass hilt with acorn finial cross guard and pommel. Down turned shell guard with high relief Green Man portrait. Wood grip with banded bulbous muzzle stop. Well used with some black staining and pitting to the blade. Slight verdigris to the hilt mounts. The grip with wear, chips and crack. The Green Man is a forest creature of Pagan myth. He has many aspects acquired from centuries of lore, including fertility. At 20 ¼” overall length, this example ranks among the largest of plug bayonets.