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Admiral of the Fleet's baton
Admiral of the Fleet's baton presented to John Jervis, Earl St Vincent (1735-1823). Earl St Vincent was promoted to Admiral of the Fleet on the coronation of George IV, and on 19 July 1821 the King personally sent him the gold-mounted baton which symbolised the office. Admiral of the Fleet batons were the same in appearance as the red velvet-covered Field Marshal batons, in all but the colour.
John Northam (for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell.)
- Image reference: D4600_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London