Arkansas Toothpick (18 inch)
This is one of the classic fighting knives of the American Frontier and during the Civil War. With its extra long 11-1/2" double-edged blade it will tickle the ribs of the largest antagonist. Pommel and fighting style double crossguard are made of solid brass and the genuine rosewood grip is attached, as during the 1800s, with heavy brass pins. Comes with a heavy leather, incised decorated sheath with copper rivets. Approximately 18" in overall length.
Made in India by the same company (Windlass) that makes our beautiful reproduction swords, the exquisite quality of the double-edged blade, with half-tang and rosewood grip is truly worth its price.
19th Century Arkansas toothpick Bowie knife. 12.5 inch double edged blade. 5 3/4 inch hand riveted wood handle, with brass quillon and pommel cap.Mid to Late 1800s Arkansas Toothpick. Overall length is 16-1/4 inches, with a 10-1/4 inch double edged blade nad 5-1/2 inch handle. Knife Maker: Arkansas / 17