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Stirrup hilted hanger
Stirrup hilted hanger, which is thought to have belonged to Admiral of the Fleet Sir Cloudisley Shovell (1650-1707). The hanger consists of a brass stirrup hilted guard and a French style 'montmerency' steel blade. The leather scabbard is decorated with blind tooling and the chape is missing.
- Image reference: E5454
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London