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S-Bar fighting sword
S-Bar fighting sword which belonged to Captain George Bague, R.N. (fl.1798-1855). The hallmarked silver hilt has a pierced half basket extending on both sides of the knuckle-bow, the reverse side being broken off. The pierced top to the guard resembles the heart-shaped shell of the small sword and has a short up-turned quillon set slightly to the obverse.
- Image reference: E1327
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London