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Hilt of Dutch cutlass
Dutch cutlass. It is likely that the cutlass is a version of the 1771 'Sarbe d'Artllerie de la Marine' pattern with its Roman style blade. Unlike the uniform type cutlass, it has no lion's-head pommel. Although the hilt of the cutlass is of the 1783 style of 'boarding cutlers' the curved blade does not follow the same style. This may be, therefore, a re-hilted 1771 weapon.
- Image reference: E1405
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London