Small-sword which belonged to Alderman Joshua Jonathan Smith (active 1810-1844) by Thomas Langford

Small-sword which belonged to Alderman Joshua Jonathan Smith (active 1810-1844)

Thomas Langford

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Small-sword which belonged to Alderman Joshua Jonathan Smith (active 1810-1844)

Small-sword which belonged to Alderman Joshua Jonathan Smith (active 1810-1844), Lord Mayor of London 1810-1811. The maker of the sword Thomas Langford was a 'haberdasher of hatts' and a sword-cutler with premises at 50, Fleet Street between 1767-1797 when he went out of business. This sword must have been made before 1797 and its style and type date it no later than 1790. This sword was the subject of a libel action against The Times. An antique dealer called Evans had bought the sword after Alderman Smith's death in 1844 and claimed that it was the sword worn by Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) at the Battle of Trafalgar.
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