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An enamelled gold - and silver-mounted small-sword set with paste

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An enamelled gold - and silver-mounted small-sword set with paste, in original scabbard with enamelled gold mounts (enamel damaged, one stone missing from the pommel), the locket with presentation inscription - 30 1/4in. blade. Presented by George III to Admiral Lord Howe on June 26th 1794, in recognition of the victory of the Glorious First of June.

ID:  5401

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Buckinghamshire

This item can be viewed at Penn House, Penn Street Village, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0PS, two days per year as part of the Heritage Open Days scheme, which takes place over 4 days in September each year.