Product images of Presentation sword, which belonged to Captain Fairfax Moresby (1787-1877)
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Presentation sword, which belonged to Captain Fairfax Moresby (1787-1877)
The silver gilt hilt has a lion's head pommel and the stirrup guard is ornamented in relief with oak leaves and acorns. The trailing end of the quillon is en suite and the langets bear foul anchors in relief. The grip is engraved with designs of foliage and bears an oval design in relief on each side. The obverse depicts Neptune riding in a shell whilst the reverse is decorated with a trophy of flags and weapons.
Rundell, Bridge & Rundell
- Image reference: E1325
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London