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Peruvian sword. The hilt consists of a gilt brass solid half-basket guard with raised bars and badge of the Peruvian Navy - a foul anchor surmounted by a sun 'in splendour', the whole surrounded by a wreath. There is a lion's-head pommel and back-piece and a white fish-skin grip. A swordknot is attached. Blade is straight steel, flat-backed and slender. There is a black leather scabbard with two gilt brass lockets and rings.
- Image reference: E1518
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London