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Hilt of Dutch sword
Dutch sword. The hilt consists of a gilded brass decorated knuckle bow ending in a straight bud-shaped quillon. The knuckle bow, quillon and shell are cast as one piece. The upturned shell is decorated with leaves which surround crossed anchors below a crown. This was the pattern sword used by the Royal Netherlands Navy from 1824 to 1843 when it was replaced.
- Image reference: E1603
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London