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Sword belonging to Captain Richard Howe c1791
Small-sword thought to have belonged to Richard, Earl Howe (1726-1799). The hilt has a silver, hall-marked ovoid pommel with swept or curved striations, a silver knuckle bow decorated in the same style as the pommel, embryo pas d'ane rings and inversed, fluted quillions with straight ends, a single heart shaped shell with straight to tongue above the trailing quillion and raised and part straightend bar edges with a cut a the leading point to allow the knuckle bow to pass through it.
- Image reference: D9626
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London