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Austrian hanger, the hilt of the hanger consists of a brass stirrup guard leading to a straight quillon with a decorated tip. The hanger has double brass langets on each side, the langets on the reverse are plain. The identification of this sword is based on drawings of the Austrian Infantry hanger of 1776-1777. The hanger was acquired by the National Maritime Museum with other personal effects which belonged to Captain James Samuel Watts (died 1908).
- Image reference: E1493
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London