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Sword, mameluke hilt
Mameluke' hilted sword, which belonged to Admiral Lord Amelius Beauclerk (1771-1846). This is a War Office regulation pattern General Officer's sword, in accordance with the regulations promulgated on the 1st August 1834. If Admiral Lord Amelius Beauclerk ever wore the sword when he was in uniform it must have been in his capacity as a Deputy-Lieutenant for some county possibly Hants or in his capacity as High Sheriff. His epaulettes, silver with a gold rose in the centre, and cocked hat with a white cockade and button with a crown on it, support this idea.
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- Image reference: E1074
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London