Small-sword, thought to have belonged to Don Juan Francisco de Garganta by unknown

Small-sword, thought to have belonged to Don Juan Francisco de Garganta

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Small-sword, thought to have belonged to Don Juan Francisco de Garganta

Small-sword, thought to have belonged to Don Juan Francisco de Garganta (active 1739) and Commodore Charles Brown (active 1739). The hilt of the small-sword consists of a silver guard, with a spiral fluted silver grip, a round silver pommel and a rudimentary silver pas d'ane. The hilt bears the mark of the Paris assay office for the year 1737-1738 and an unidentified silversmith's mark which may be a 'D'. The steel blade is double edged.

  • Image reference: E1352

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