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Honourable East India Company sword
Honourable East India Company sword, the hilt of the sword consists of a gilt stirrup guard, which is box-shaped and overhangs the pommel and the lozenge-shaped langets. The top of the pommel is engraved with a depiction of crossed pennants and a halberd with a helmet. The sides and the guard are engraved with a similar motif to the pommel. The obverse of the lozenge-shaped langets is engraved with the East India Company crest. The reverse of the lozenge-shaped langets is engraved with a foul anchor motif contained within a laurel wreath. The grip is bound with silver wire.
William Henry Archer
- Image reference: D4353
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London