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Naval officer's sword
Naval officer's sword made for the American market circa 1810. British manufacture. Hilt consists of an uptilted eagle-head pommel,e without a back-piece and a fluted ivory grip. The stirrup hilt is pierced for a sword knot and has a disc finial to the quillon. There are embossed langets bearing a foul anchor. Much of the gilding remains on the blade, and there is quite extensive blueing. It is a straight blade, with a flat-back and broad shallow fuller running along its length.
- Image reference: E1604
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London