33” length made from European steel bar stock, available from about 1800 on. Fine medially ridged leaf shaped point. The butt flared as a grounding plate as with the larger examples. Well preserved with the edge of the butt corroded, probably from resting on the ground. Definitely made as a weapon and not ceremonial. Compare to the Roman chariot lances and the Persian jareds, both of which were carried in sets of multiples. Only such example we have encountered.