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This flintlock pistol was designed for Admiral Philippe D'Auvergne (1754-1814). The stock is of walnut, fully stocked to the muzzle and fitted with a...
City of London sword presented to Admiral Duckworth, 1806.
The City of London presentation sword, awarded to Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth (1747-1817), for his destruction of the French fleet off San...
City of London presentation sword awarded to Admiral Jellicoe, 1920.
This presentation sword was awarded by the Corporation of London to Admiral Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe (1859-1935), in recognition of his services...
Lloyd's Patriotic Fund sword presented to Captain Mansfield, 1805.
The Lloyd's Patriotic Fund presentation sword awarded to Captain JM Mansfield (died 1813), who commanded HMS 'Minotaur' at the Battle of Trafalgar in...
Presentation small sword awarded to Captain Daniel, 1798.
A presentation small sword awarded by the Committee of Merchants of the City of London to Captain William Daniel, for his actions during the Nore...
The revolver owned by Captain Woodget of the
A transitional percussion revolver, c. 1850, owned by Captain Richard Woodget of the 'Cutty Sark'. Woodget took this revolver with him on all his...
River Police sword.
A Metropolitan River Police sword, c. 1854-55. The hilt consists of a solid brass knuckle-bow leading to a short upturned quillon with a disc...
City of London presentation sword awarded to Admiral Beatty, 1919.
A City of London presentation sword awarded to Admiral Sir David Beatty (1871-1936) for his services during World War I.
A bar shot was used to damage the sails and rigging of an enemy ship. Although used mainly by the French, they were also made at the Woolwich Arsenal...
A hot-shot carrier.
A hot-shot carrier was used to handle shot that had been heated to high temperatures. With care these were fired from a cannon, and could set sail...
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