Dianne Barry

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Jack Tar: Life in Nelson's Navy by [Adkins, Roy & Lesley, Adkins, Roy]

Jack Tar: Life in Nelson's Navy by [Adkins, Roy & Lesley, Adkins, Roy]

1798 British Sword at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Royal Marines sword. The hilt consists of a gilt-metal stirrup guard with lion's-head pommel and back-piece, and a reeded ivory grip. The blade is curved, blued and gilt for half its length. The scabbard is missing."

1798 British Sword at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Royal Marines sword. The hilt consists of a gilt-metal stirrup guard with lion's-head pommel and back-piece, and a reeded ivory grip. The blade is curved, blued and gilt for half its length. The scabbard is missing."

A Superb & Rare 1796 'Blue and Gilt' Royal Marines Officer's Sword A most scarce form of 1796 Marines Officer's pattern sword, that is distinctive due to it's grip of chequered ebony recognised as for use by the officers of Royal Marines

A Superb & Rare 1796 'Blue and Gilt' Royal Marines Officer's Sword A most scarce form of 1796 Marines Officer's pattern sword, that is distinctive due to it's grip of chequered ebony recognised as for use by the officers of Royal Marines

A Superb & Rare 1796 'Blue and Gilt' Royal Marines Officer's Sword A most scarce form of 1796 Marines Officer's pattern sword, that is distinctive due to it's grip of chequered ebony recognised as for use by the officers of Royal Marines

A Superb & Rare 1796 'Blue and Gilt' Royal Marines Officer's Sword A most scarce form of 1796 Marines Officer's pattern sword, that is distinctive due to it's grip of chequered ebony recognised as for use by the officers of Royal Marines

BRITISH GEORGIAN NAVAL OFFICER'S FIGHTING SWORD CA.1805

BRITISH GEORGIAN NAVAL OFFICER'S FIGHTING SWORD CA.1805