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Steel hilted sword
Steel hilted sword which belonged to Royal Naval Division officer. The hilt consists of a steel solid half-basket guard to an upturned tongue, the inside edge being turned up to avoid chafing the uniform and the exterior face of the upper part of the guard being deeply indented to provide more room for the knuckles and fist. It is pierced near the bottom by the pommel with a slit for the swordknot, the guard bears the incised cypher of George V with the crown above.
H. H. Taylor
- Image reference: E1420
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London