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Stirrup hilted dress sword
Stirrup hilted dress sword. Owned by Captain Edward Chetham (d.1862). The hilt consists of an angular form of stirrup guard composed by four sprays of ancanthus, which has an embossed oval plaque at the centre of the guard showing Hope with her anchor. The short rear quillon is also composed of a scrolled spary of acanthus. At the cross the langets are embossed with a crown and anchor badge.
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- Image reference: E1515
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London