Three-blade fleam with horn side scales. The outer blade maker’s marked BORWICK, recorder working 1791 and after. Identical to Neumann, p.187 #4, right identified as Revolutionary War. 3” length closed. Bloodletting is claimed to have been the most common medical practice performed by surgeons from antiquity until the late 19th. One blade with a small chip and minor insect damage to the grip scales.