Product images of Fighting cutlass, circa 1800
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Fighting cutlass, circa 1800
Cutlass, the hilt of the cutlass consists of either a steel or an iron guard which has been painted black, made in the form of a double-disc. The tongue at the back of the guard is rolled up and has a slot for a knot near the pommel.
- Image reference: D4684_1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London