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Royal Marines sword
Royal Marines sword possibly owned by Colonel Frank V. Temple, RMLI (active 1897-1934). This is basically the 1896 infantry officer's sword designed for use by the Royal Marines. In spite of the fact that the crowns engraved on the blade are incorrect in design, this sword can be fairly accurately dated as coming some time between the introduction of the pattern and the year in which E. Thurkle ceased business in Soho (1899).
Edward Thurkle & Sons
- Image reference: E1429
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London