Product images of Dirk
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Dirk, after 1856, which belonged to Lieutenant-Commander George Richard Colin Campbell (died 1918) and Lieutenant Terence Wilder Gay French (died 1940). The hilt of the dirk consists of a gilt brass cross-guard, slightly inversed, with acorn finials. The quillon is pierced to admit the large spring catch on the top locket of the scabbard. The obverse of the cross is decorated with an embossed circular gilt brass plaque consisting of a crown with the Royal cypher 'VR' over a foul anchor, the whole encircled by a laurel wreath.
Edward Thurkle & Sons
- Image reference: E1446
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London