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Hilt of Scottish Broadsword
Scottish broadsword, which belonged to Captain James Robertson-Walker (1783-1858). The hilt of the broadsword consists of a steel basket guard and a round steel pommel. The black fish-skin grip is bound with twisted gilt wire. The steel blade is a double-edged 'Claymore'. The obverse of the blade is engraved with a German wolf mark. The reverse of the blade is engraved with an orb surmounted by a cross. The obverse of the black leather scabbard is decorated with tooling. The scabbard has one steel locket, with a frog button, and chape.
- Image reference: E1185
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London