35" blade 1-9/16" wide at the forte. Early example that could well have seen service at Culloden. The hilt is finely wrought and pierced with circles and hearts showing fine file work. The blade with double fullers, flattened at the forte. Similar to figure 386 in Leslie Southwick's The Price Guide to Antique Edged Weapons. Globular pommel, grip of bog oak, wrapped with braided brass wire and two Turk's heads.
Blade is pitted throughout and showing great age. The hilt is mostly clean metal showing great age. The bog wood grip is in good condition. Turk's head and wire possibly a later addition. Sword presents well.