Product images of Small-sword of Civil Branch of Royal Navy (Secretary)
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Small-sword of Civil Branch of Royal Navy (Secretary)
The gilt small-sword hilt has an olive pommel, pronounced tang button, rudimentary pas d'ane, and the obverse of a shell hinged downwards. The brown horn grip is bound with three copper wires, and has a gilt plate on the obverse side with a crown over foul anchor engraved upon it. The blade is triangular and hollow much worn engravings.
- Image reference: E1309
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London