Product images of 8" straight blade dirk between 1770 and 1790
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8" straight blade dirk between 1770 and 1790
Straight bladed dirk, the dirk consists of a polished ivory grip with a square gilt pommel and prominent tang-button. The quillons are made in the form of the arms and flukes of an anchor, which are turned down.
- Image reference: D6033
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London