Product images of Swordstick, alleged to have belonged to Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley (1734-1808)
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Swordstick, alleged to have belonged to Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley (1734-1808)
The hilt of the swordstick consists of an ivory fist, clutching a crossbar. The ivory fist unscrews to reveal a compass (card missing) and a telescope with two draw tubes, which is engraved with the words 'Rennoldson, No.5 Cambridge Place, Hackney Road, LONDON'. The steel blade is straight and has been damascened. The wood and brass scabbard, is covered with black material and is bound with wire.
- Image reference: E1291
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London