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Presentation sword, the sword belonged to Lieutenant Charles Barber (died 1821-22). The hilt consists of a stirrup guard made of alternating brass 'rope' and plain brass strands. There is an acanthus bud on the quillon, whilst the langets are embossed with a foliage design. The sword has a lion's-head pommel, and a knurled ivory grip.
- Image reference: E1249
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London