SMALL FLEAM OR KNIFE, CIRCA 1850’S

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Item Code: 697-432

This very small, single-bladed device is a small pocket knife or fleam from the 1850 to 1860 era. Knife measures 1 7/8” long when blade is closed but 3½” long when the clipped point blade is opened. Opposite end of body has a small carry ring. Side body is made of mottled, black and brown tortoise shell and secured by two tiny iron pins. Very good condition.

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