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Hilt of cutlass
Cutlass, the hilt of the cutlass consists of a black steel, half-basket guard with turned edges. The grip is formed from two pieces of wood, which have been riveted to each side of the tang. The steel blade is straight, double-edged with a spear point and has a broad groove running from 38mm below the hilt to 280 mm.
- Image reference: E1219
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London