A 1920s Antler Pocket/Pen Knife
During the 18th and 19th century most adults would have a small pocket knife. This would be used for anything from aiding needlework to peeling a piece of fruit.
This is a large penknife which would be used by a gentleman. It is constructed in steel with a panel either side of antler, there are two blades and a folding corkscrew. This would be a popular design for men and boys of the late 19th and early 20th century, and would be used as a general knife to keep in your pocket whilst outdoors, for passtimes such as shooting partys and camping.
In good conditon, no splits to the antler and the blades and corkscrew are all in tact.
Dimensions: 10.5cm long x 5.2cm wide