George Washington Sears knife had a thin blade with a ‘broken old buffalo skinner’ profile. He used it as a third of a trio of cutting tools including a folder and a small hatchet. The knife excels at skinning, and kitchen work. The hump of the back is also good as a spoon for your potatoes. It's a piece of Americana, and it is the first knife Andy made and sold. It was also the Fiddleback knife that was carried in the AG Russell catalog. This new re-design is extra sexy with all the rustic function. Again, 4” blade and 4.5” handle.