Dirk alleged to have belonged to Lieutenant John Samuel Smith by unknown

Dirk alleged to have belonged to Lieutenant John Samuel Smith

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Dirk alleged to have belonged to Lieutenant John Samuel Smith

Dirk alleged to have belonged to Lieutenant John Samuel Smith (died circa 1840). The hilt of the dirk consists of short, inversed, steel quillons, and a flat-topped steel pommel. The pommel is fitted over the top of the grip with the tang protruding about 8mm. The tang button is now missing and there is some indication that a ferrule was once fitted at the top of the grip near the guard. The dark brown grip is spirally bound with a thin strip of silver.

  • Image reference: E1363

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