Product images of Small-sword which belonged to Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Cockburn
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Small-sword which belonged to Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Cockburn
Small-sword, which belonged to Commander Robert Williams (1764-1831). The hilt of the small-sword consists of a gilt knuckle bow ornamented with eighteen faceted heads. The grip and the obverse of the oval pommel are richly chased with designs of naval trophies. The reverse of the pommel is decorated with an anchor.
Richard Clarke & Son
- Image reference: E1283
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London