Product images of Small-sword said to have belonged to Sir William Hamilton (1730-1800)
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Small-sword said to have belonged to Sir William Hamilton (1730-1800)
The hilt of the small-sword is thought to be silver, though there is no hallmark. The highly ornate olive-shaped pommel is embossed on the obverse with a charging goat motif and on the reverse with a motif consisting of dogs. The small-sword has a silver knuckle-guard with embryo pas d'ane ring, and two shell guards also embossed with dogs. The grip is bound with fine silver wire and over bound with raised wire at an inclination from the horizontal.
- Image reference: E1269
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London