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Combined knife and fork
Combined knife and fork belonging to Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805). one of a number he used after the loss of his right arm at Santa Cruz in 1797. Unmarked silver three-pronged fork with a separate steel blade attached by a screw alongside the prongs. The head is mounted in an ivory handle and is engraved on the back with a ducal coronet and initials 'NB' . It has a shaped silk-lined red leather case.
- Image reference: B3157_1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London