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Hilt of Dutch sword
Dutch Sword. The hilt consists of a pierced brass half-basket with a design of a foul anchor surmounted by a crown. The flattened pommel has a design of a scallop shell, crossed flags, acorns and oak leaves. There is a ring on ferrule for attaching sword knot. The ivory grip is grooved for binding wires, which are missing. This pattern of sword was introduced in France in 1837.
- Image reference: E1357
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London