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Hilt of 5-ball hilted sword
Five-ball hilted sword, which belonged to Captain Walker. The hilt of the sword consists of a gilt brass stirrup guard cast with five graduated beads at its mid-point. The stirrup is straight, and extends via a cross-guard to an upturned quillon, which has a disc-shaped finial. The guard is cast in one piece with the quillion, which is also cast with five beads at its mid-point.
- Image reference: E1251
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London