Iconic form used throughout the colonial empire both mounted and on foot. See Neumann p.160. Iron hilt with line edged double shell guard and iron bared copper wire wrapped grip. 35 1/4" broad d.e. blade struck with AYZIVILLA (weak on left as struck) and crowned mark. Dark patina with uniform scattered pockmarks pitting, typical for these which evidently owe their preservation to being used by theatrical companies after they were obsolete.