Knife 15th c.
Blade with a full flat tang. Rounded end with back-bevel on three quarters of the blade. Marked with a copper alloy or possibly gold inlaid cutlers mark of an inverted goblet. Narrow bolster of very clean form, copper alloy of two plates. Handle formed of two wooden scales secured by small tubular rivets (some wood replaced with fill). Tri-lobed finial with engraved line decoration and with what appear to be two thin plates between the finial and the wood.
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