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Small Sword 1755
Small-sword which belonged to Captain James Cranston (died 1790). The hilt of the small-sword consists of twin shells, a round silver pommel with twisted fluting and a pas d'ane. The guard and the ricasso also have twisted fluting. The quillon has broken off. The silver grip is bound with four twisted wires. The silver is marked with the initials 'G.F.', which refer to George Fayle, a lion, a leopard's face and the letter 'u' which represents the year 1755.
- Image reference: D9634
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London