|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from J. F. G. Umlauff, 1912|
|Other Number:||1226 - Other Number|
Beak-like iron blade: wooden handle ornamented with brass studs and wire. Large iron blade extending from handle; blade is narrow just above the handle then widens; at the end of the blade opposite the handle the blade bends sharply to one side and tapers to a sharp point; there is a hole through the face of the blade, just above where the blade becomes wide; wooden handle and has a large cylindrical knob at the end opposite the blade; there are five vertical rows of brass studs on the knob and a circle consisting of six brass studs in the center of the underside of the knob; metal wire is tightly wrapped around part of handle closest to the blade.
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