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The hilt consists of a gilt metal cross-piece with acorn finials, an octagonal pommel and an ivory grip. The blade is straight with a single fuller. The black leather scabbard has two brass lockets and rings. The chape is missing. The scabbard is inscribed with 'Knubley & Co./No7/ Charing Cross/London'. This is part of the Spinney Collection which includes, in total, sixteen swords, five dirks and three pistols (AAA3114 (pair) and AAA3115).
- Image reference: D4350
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London