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Lloyds Patriotic Fund â”œÃ²â”œâ•‘100 Presentation Sword
A Lloyds Patriotic Fund â”œÃ²â”œâ•‘100 Presentation Sword owned by Vice-Admiral Thomas Dundas (d.1841). The hilt consists of a diamond-knurled ivory grip, with the gilt-metal pommel and back-piece in the form of a lion's skin. The quillon is in the form of a Roman fasces and the knuckle-guard in the form of the club of Hercules entwined with a snake which attaches to a loop in the lion's mouth. The langets are engraved with triangular floral pendants, below which is a rectangular plaque with a group in relief of a cannon, anchor, trident etc. The sword is complete with a blue and gold sword-knot and a fitted mahogany box lined with blue baize.
- Image reference: D4359_1
- National Maritime Museum