|Other Name||Disemboweling Sword|
|Collection||Webb Cook Hayes|
|Description||metal blade; sharp on both sides; hook on one end, spear point on the other; grip wrapped with cloth; there is a crescent -shaped extension near the top (spear point end) of the sword 7.6cm beyond the grip.|
|Dimensions||W-8.15 L-38.366 inches|
|Dimension Details||width measurement taken from tip of crescent shape to far edge of spear point.|
|Provenance||this sword was captured by the 6th U.S. Cavalry, General T.J. Wint, commanding, in battle in which 5 or 6 Americans' horses were disemboweled and the riders slashed. However, none of the Chinese escaped.|
Wint, General T. J.
General T. J. Wint