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Hilt of cutlass
Cutlass, the hilt of a cutlass consists of a steel half-basket guard. The cutlass has a black cast iron grip. The cutlass has a straight, flat steel blade with a double-edged spear point. The blade was cut down in 1875.
- Image reference: E1347
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London