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Owned by Admiral Arthur Knyvet Wilson (1842-1921). The hilt consists of a gilt solid half-basket guard with raised bars and crown and anchor badge having a short upturned quillon with a drum-shaped finial, pierced by a slot near the pommel and by two circular holes at the top to take a swordknot, part of which remains. The Wilkinson blade is of an unusual pattern and was presumably made specially.
- Image reference: E1505
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London