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Light infantry undress sword
Light infantry undress sword which belonged to a 'J.B.F.', which could be Captain John B. Finlaison R.M. (circa 1900). The hilt guard is of steel in the form of a thin, pierced half-basket which bears the cypher of Queen Victoria surmounted by her crown. The grip is of grey fish-skin bound with silver wire. The plain, domed pommel is decorated with lines and surmounted by a prominent tang button.
Edward Thurkle & Sons
- Image reference: E1314
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London