# 4952 / A. DAVY & SONS EXCHANGE WORKS SHEFFIELD FOLDING KNIFE - CIVIL WAR ERA


Antique 1830's - 1870's Abraham Davy & Son's Exchange Works Civil War Folding Knife.

Authentic knife made in England from 1836-1870, and sold to the United States for use in the Civil War era.

This knife is designed as a back-up self-defense weapon carried by gentleman of a higher well to do class.

This knife exhibits German nickel silver bolsters, two-piece folding straight cross guard of German silver, dark wood grips with mother of pearl buttons on the right side. Spine with lockback blade release.

The open length of the knife is 9.25" (23,5 cm) , blade length of 4 1/4" (10,5 cm) and closed length is 4.92" inch (12,5 cm). This knife is in untouched and wonderful condition mainly considering age and type. 

Blade pitting and spotting free with original mirror finish,  unsharpened with original edge. Hilt with no wear. Opens and closes properly with no wobble in the locked open position

Price :
P.O.A.
Condition :
Near mint

The item has been added to your watch list

Your massage was successfully sent