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S-bar hilted sword
Five ball hilted dress sword 1790-97 made by Cullum of Charing Cross. This pattern sword was popular with naval officers at the end of the 18th century. So described because of the decoration of five beads on the guard, this example has a fluted ivory grip with a gilt band on which is engraved a crown and foul anchor. One of these swords is worn on the wax effigy of Lord Nelson in Westminster Abbey. Modelled by Catherine Andras in 1806 Lady Hamilton declared,
- Image reference: E1060
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London