Product images of Royal Naval uniform
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Royal Naval uniform
This oval-shaped, copper, gilt shoulder belt-plate is an example of non-regulation accessories that were often worn with uniform. The outer edge is worked in bright work to create a repeating serpentine motif. In the central reserve is a large, line engraved, fouled anchor surmounted by an imperial crown. Above this is the inscription, engraved in block letters 'QUEEN CHARLOTTE 1st JUNE'. Below the anchor is the date 1794.
- Image reference: F2172
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Rowand Collection