This is a VINTAGE 230mm suji/petty, made by Landers, Frary and Clark, who were the biggest American cutlery manufacturers in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The style of this knife is the same as a Nogent Sab, but is made in the USA. It could be anywhere from over 100 to about 70 years old, but without proof either way, I'll just say it's old and awesome!
I sharpened it up, after tweaking the edge profile and fixing the finger guard, and it's a surprisingly wear resistant old carbon. It gets nice and sharp, and is now toothy/3 finger test sharp, and only brought up to 1k and stropped on cardboard.
The knife is 230mm, with a heel height of 36mm. Spine at the heel is 2.5mm, there is a wicked distal taper and it drops to virtually nothing at the tip. As a result, this blade does have a fair bit of flex. It is the perfect knife for meat fabrication, and would excel at removing silver skin and slicing steaks out of loins.
Here are the pics:
There is a crack on the one side of the handle, but it doesn't go all the way through, as the handle is peened at the end, or has a full length rat tail tang.
Price for this wonderful antique knife is $65 all in (Worldwide).