Arms, Armour & Militaria Sale on
Wednesday 27th June 2012
On view:
Sunday 24th June 12 noon to 4 pm
Monday 25th June 10 am to 7 pm
Tuesday 26th June 10 am to 5 pm
Sale commences at 12 noon

Lots: 241-270 of 566

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241

A 1796 PATTERN LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD
of regulation type, with curved blade double-edged towards the point, etched and gilt on a blued panel with elaborate scrolls of foliage, trophies-of-arms, a mounted Cavalryman and the inscription 'Craig's' and 'Warranted' on one side and further designs of foliage and trophies on the other, regulation steel stirrup hilt with faceted knuckle-guard and back-strap, and wire-bound horn grip, in its steel scabbard
83.5cm; 33in blade
Estimate: 600-800

Nil

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1900

242

A RARE EAST INDIA COMPANY SPADROON, CIRCA 1790
with tapering blade of flattened-diamond section (pitted), gilt brass hilt including side-ring pierced with the East India Company rampant lion, engraved cushion-shaped pommel, and reeded ivory grip, in a contemporary brass-mounted leather scabbard, the locket engraved with the owner's initials
76.8cm; 30 1/4in blade
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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380

243

A QUANTITY OF SWORD HILT ELEMENTS, 17TH-20TH CENTURIES
including a shell-guard from a hunting sword, a pierced plate from a Dutch Cavalry sword, elements from regulation swords, and a large quantity of scabbard mounts etc
(qty)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

360

244

THREE 1796 PATTERN INFANTRY SWORDS
the first with traces of etched and gilt decoration at the forte, and regulation hilt including folding shell-guard; the second similar; and the third with fixed shell-guard (worn throughout)
the first: 81.5cm; 32 1/8in blade
(3)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

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350

245

TWO 1796 PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICERS' SWORDS
of regulation type, the first with earlier broad double-edged blade stamped 'J.J.Runkel Solingen' in a short fuller on each face, regulation gilt-brass hilt chiselled with foliage, and the grip bound with plaited silver wire; the second retaining some etched decoration on the blade (worn), brass hilt with folding side-guard, and the grip bound with plaited silver wire
the first: 84.2cm; 33 1/4in blade
(2)
Estimate: 400-600

Nil

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400

246

AN OFFICER'S SWORD, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
with slightly curved blade double-edged towards the point, steel stirrup hilt including a pair of langets, and wire-bound leather-covered grip
86cm; 33 7/8in blade
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

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100

247

A BANDSMAN'S SWORD, CIRCA 1820; ANOTHER, CIRCA 1820; A FRENCH MODEL 1816 INFANTRY SHORTSWORD; AND ANOTHER SHORTSWORD
the first with tapering double-edged blade, brass hilt including grip cast with a spiralling pattern of scallop shells, and monsterhead pommel, in its scabbard (losses); the second with curved blade (pitted), and brass hilt including monsterhead pommel; the third of regulation type, the blade retaining traces of an arsenal inscription; and the fourth probably the Prussian model of 1816
the first: 68.5cm; 27in
(4)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

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350

248

A PIONEER SWORD, CIRCA 1820, POSSIBLY FOR ROYAL ARTILLERY OTHER RANKS
of regulation type, with saw-back blade stamped 'Osborn & Gunby', regulation brass hilt (quillon missing), knuckle-guard marked 'C30', (worn), in a contemporary regulation brass-mounted leather scabbard stamped 'C40'
56cm; 22in blade
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

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170

249

AN 1822 PATTERN BENGAL RIFLE OFFICER'S SWORD
with pipe-backed blade etched with the regimental details, a rampant lion, and the maker's details 'C. Webb Old Bond Street, London', steel triple-bar including crowned strung bugle, wire-bound fishskin-covered grip, in its steel scabbard
82.8cm; 32 5/8in blade


Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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350

250

A MAMELUKE-HILTED OFFICER'S SWORD, CIRCA 1800
with earlier curved blade double-edged towards the point, cut with a long shallow fuller on each face, the reverse stamped with three pairs of eyelash marks (rubbed), and the other inlaid in gold with a calligraphic inscription arranged over four diagonal panels (rubbed, the blade polished areas of light pitting), brass hilt including cross-piece with moulded bulbous terminals, a pair of ivory grip-scales retained by three pairs of rivets with gilt foliate washers, and the pommel pierced for a knot, in its steel scabbard with two rings for suspension
78cm; 30 3/4in blade

win sri ram pratap sarkar-e maharaj kunwar sawai jawahar singh bahadur bahadur jang

"That person, His Majesty Ram Pratap, the Commander of Maharaja Kunwar Jawahar Singh Bahadur Jang"

Pratap Singh was a rebel and sought shelter with Maharaja Jawahar Singh of Jaipur in the 18th century.

Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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780

251

AN OFFICER'S SWORD, EARLY 19TH CENTURY; A 1796 PATTERN LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD; AND ANOTHER OFFICER'S SWORD, 19TH CENTURY
the first with curved blade by Runkel with traces of etching, brass stirrup hilt including lionhead pommel and chequered ivory grip; the second of regulation type (pitted, grip with losses); and the third with slightly curved blade etched with stars, trophies and foliage at the forte; and brass stirrup hilt
the first: 76cm; 30in blade
(3)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

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380

252

A WILLIAM IV 1822 PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD
of regulation type (the blade with very small chips), the hilt with folding side-guard (painted gold), in its scabbard
82cm; 32 3/8in blade
Estimate: 200-250

Nil

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190

253

AN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SABRE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY; A MILITIA FIELD OFFICER'S SHORT SABRE, LATE 18TH CENTURY; AND ANOTHER SWORD, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY PROBABLY FOR A MARINE OFFICER
the first with single-edged blade retaining traces of etched foliage, trophies and 'GR' crowned, steel stirrup hilt incorporating a side-loop, and wire-bound fishskin-covered grip; the second with tapering fullered blade, and brass stirrup hilt and fluted horn grip; and the third with curved fullered blade (pitted), brass stirrup hilt, and wire-bound grip
75.5cm; 29 3/4in blade
(3)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

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250

254

A VICTORIAN 1845 PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD AND A VICTORIAN ARTILLERY OFFICER'S SWORD
the first with etched regulation blade including the crowned Royal Cypher, the owner's initials 'A.D.K.', crest and motto, and the maker's details 'Price & Co, Pall Mall, London' at the forte, regulation brass hilt, in its steel scabbard; the second with etched blade including the crowned Royal Cypher and 'Royal Artillery', steel triple-bar hilt, in its steel scabbard
the first: 82.5cm; 32 1/2in blade
(2)

The crest and motto on the first is of Kerr of Hythe House, Hythe, Southampton.

Estimate: 450-550

Nil

    

450

255

A 1796 PATTERN HEAVY CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD AND A CONTINENTAL EPÉE, 19TH CENTURY
the first of regulation type, with brass hilt and the grip bound with plaited copper wire; and the second with slender blade of hollow-triangular section, and brass hilt including boatshell-guard and the pommel formed as a plumed classical helmet (worn throughout)
the first: 77.5cm; 30 1/2in blade
(2)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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200

256

AN 1803 PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD AND A STIRRUP-HILTED SWORD, 19TH CENTURY
the first with earlier curved blade cut with a broad shallow fuller, retaining traces of a cartouche decorated in the Eastern manner (patches of rust), etched along the length of the back-edge with a running pattern of foliage on a blackened ground, regulation gilt-brass hilt, and wire-bound fishskin-covered grip; the second with slightly curved fullered blade double-edged towards the point, brass stirrup hilt and banded wooden grip bound with plaited wire
the first: 82.5cm; 32 1/2in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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300

257

AN 1803 PATTERN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD; AND A GENERAL OFFICER'S SWORD, FIRST HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY
the first with curved regulation blade by Runkel, with traces of etched decoration, and gilt-brass regulation hilt; and the second with curved blade retaining traces of etching (pitted), mameluke hilt with steel cross-piece, and a pair of ivory grip-scales (repaired)
the first: 82.5cm; 32 1/2in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

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350

258

A VICTORIAN 1845 PATTERN INDIAN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD AND A VICTORIAN NCO'S SWORD
the first with etched blade including scrolls of foliage the crowned Imperial Cypher 'VRI' and the maker's name 'E. Thurkle, London' regulation gilt-brass hilt including the crowned Imperial Cypher, in its steel-mounted leather scabbard; the second with regulation blade of 1845 infantry type, and steel triple-bar hilt
the first: 82.5cm; 32 1/2in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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250

259

AN UNUSUAL GEORGIAN PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR ALEXANDER HARVEY BY THE CRIMOND, LONMAY, ST FERGUS, LONGSIDE AND RATHEN CORPS OF VOLUNTEERS, DATED 1805
with curved blade, double-edged for its last quarter and with a broad three-quarter length fuller, etched over the greater part of its surface with foliage, the winged figure of Victory and a lengthy presentation inscription on a scrolling panel above gilt trophies-of-arms and the Royal Arms on one face and further designs above gilt foliage and the crowned 'GR' cypher on the other (the etching now faint, areas of patination), gilt-brass hilt comprising border-engraved boatshell guard, scrolling quillon engraved with an expanded flowerhead, knuckle-guard and a maned lion's head forming the pommel and extending down the back-piece, the grip bound with plaited wire
83cm; 32 5/8in blade

The presentation inscription reads: 'From the Crimond, Lonmay, St Fergus, Longside and Rathen Corps of Volunteers to Major Alex.er Harvey in Testimony of their esteem and regard 1805'.

The form of the hilt of this sword, combining a 'boat-shell' stool or counterguard with a knucklebow of 'stirrup' form, appears from surviving examples to have been one that was particularly popular with Scottish auxiliary infantry units of the period of the Napoleonic wars (1803-15).

Alexander Harvey, the recipient of the sword, inherited great wealth from his father, also Alexander, one of three brothers who left Aberdeenshire to make their fortunes in the West Indies; the younger Alexander Harvey bought the Broadland estate, near Rattray, north of Peterhead, in 1788, marrying an heiress in the following year. Harvey was an 'improving' landlord, notably active in managing his estate along 'modern' lines and caring for the welfare of his tenants. On the outbreak of war with Revolutionary France, Harvey offered his services to the 4th Duke of Gordon and was commissioned lieutenant in the duke's 'Northern Regiment of Fencible Men' with effect from 1st March 1793. His time with the duke's Fencibles was short, however, since he resigned his commission in December 1793. Harvey appears to have seen no further military service until December 1803, when he was appointed major-commandant of the three-company regiment of Aberdeenshire Volunteers that presented him with this sword in 1805. The three companies had been formed separately in October 1803, based upon the five north-eastern Aberdeenshire villages of Crimond and Lonmay, St Fergus and Longside and Rathen, but were regimented in December that year. Harvey remained the major-commandant until the formation of the Local Militia in 1808, whereupon his regiment was combined with a three-company regiment of Volunteers based upon Peterhead to form the 2nd Aberdeenshire Local Militia, and Harvey was commissioned the new regiment's colonel. Harvey remained colonel until 1814, when the Local Militia was disbanded, and he died in 1817. See J.M. Bulloch 1914, pp. 146, 148, 324, 335 & 387; A. D. Fordyce 1885, p. 164 and J. A. Henderson 1907, p.79.
Estimate: 700-1000

Nil

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1300

260

THE GENERAL OFFICER'S PRESENTATION SWORD TO CAPTAIN JAMES LANG BY THE SIXTH COMPANY OF 43 REGIMENT OF THE NORTH BRITISH MILITIA, CIRCA 1810
with curved blade double-edged towards the point, etched and gilt over the greater part of its surface with scrolls, a presentation inscription in the upper panel, foliage, the crowned Royal Arms and a classical trophy incorporating fasces on one face and further designs including crowned 'GR' cypher and foliage on the other, all enriched with blued borders, gilt-brass mameluke hilt, comprising engraved cross-guard with moulded bud-shaped terminals, plain back-strap, and a pair of pierced and engraved panels enclosing an ivory grip, in a contemporary brass scabbard, perhaps the original (the hilt and scabbard with old discoloured lacquer)
78.5cm; 31in blade

The inscription reads:

'Presented to Captain Lang by the 6th company of 43 N.B. militia as a token of their respect towards him as an Officer and a Gentleman'

The Argyll & Bute Regiment of Militia had the number 43 in the Militia Order of Precedence from 1803 to 1833. Captain James Lang was commissioned ensign in the 1st or Argyll Regiment of North British Militia in October 1799. When the Argyll & Bute Militia was reconstituted in 1802, Lang was re-commissioned ensign and appointed adjutant (October 1802), being shortly afterwards promoted Lieutenant and then Captain in September 1803.
Estimate: 600-800

Nil

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1600

261

A SWORD BAYONET; FOUR BROWN SOCKET BAYONETS; A MARTINI BAYONET; A NATIVE-MADE BRUNSWICK BAYONET AND A LEE ENFIELD BAYONET
the first with straight fullered blade double-edged towards the point, integral knuckle-guard and socket, and in patinated condition throughout; two socket bayonets by John Gill and S. Hill respectively, two further socket bayonets unsigned; the Brunswick bayonet with rudimentary brass hilt (quillon missing) and two further bayonets
the first: 63.8cm; 25 1/8in blade
(8)
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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450

262

AN ELIZABETH II SOUTH INDIAN RAILWAY VOLUNTEER RIFLE OFFICER'S SWORD AND A MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY TYPE SWORD, DATED 1915
the first with etched blade including the maker's details of Hobson and Sons, London, nickel-plated regulation hilt, in its leather scabbard; the second with curved fullered blade double-edged towards the tip, triple-bar hilt, in its leather-covered scabbard with large steel chape
the first: 83cm; 32 3/4in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-350

Nil

    

250

263

A GEORGE V 1911 PATTERN CAVALRY SWORD AND A VICTORIAN 1853 PATTERN CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD BY MOLE
the first with etched blade by C. Boyton & Son of Clerkenwell, decorated with the crowned Royal Cypher, regulation hilt, in its field service scabbard; the second of regulation type, with triple-bar hilt fitted with chequered leather grips
the first: 88.5cm; 34 7/8in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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450

264

A SCOTTISH DIRK BY HODGE, INVERNESS, LATE 19TH CENTURY
with polished blade double-edged towards the point, cut with a long fuller and formed with a notched back-edge, engraved white metal ferrule and pommel, the latter set with a piece of horn and hinged cap, horn grip, in its engraved white metal-mounted scabbard decorated with roses and foliage, and complete with its accompanying pieces mounted en suite
40.5cm; 16in
Estimate: 500-600

Nil

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500

265

A SCOTTISH DIRK BY MEYER & MORTIMER, EDINBURGH, 19TH CENTURY
with tapering blade formed with a notched back-edge, cut with an off-set fuller on each face, etched with scrolling thistle foliage, the standing figure of St Andrew and a clansman, hardwood grip carved with basket-weave designs, fitted with silver ferrule and pommel mount each chased with thistle flowers and foliage, the latter set with a foil-backed stone, in its leather-covered wooden scabbard with silver mounts, the locket chased with a mounted lancer, the middle band with a coronet issuant with a rampant lion holding a crown (perhap the owner's crest), and complete with its accompanying pieces
47cm; 18 1/2in
Estimate: 1200-1500

Nil

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1600

266

A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH BASKET-HILTED OFFICER'S BROADSWORD OF THE KING'S OWN BORDERERS BY E. THURKLE & SONS, DENMARK ST, SOHO, LONDON, CIRCA 1881-87
with etched fullered blade decorated with the crowned Royal Cypher, Regimental details, battle honours and scrollwork, steel basket-hilt formed of rounded bars carrying alternating narrow and broad panels pierced with heart-shaped apertures, fluted bun-shaped pommel, and fishskin-covered grip retaining some of its wire binding (loose), in its steel scabbard
84cm; 33 1/8in blade
Estimate: 250-300

Nil

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450

267

FOUR SCOTTISH SILVER AND WHITE METAL MOUNTED DAGGERS (SKEAN DHU), LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURIES
each with tapering blade formed with a notched back-edge, the first with silver mounts for Glasgow, 1951, carved basket weave grip, silver pommel and ferrule, in its silver-mounted scabbard; the second struck with silver marks (rubbed, and the owner's initials and the date, 'R.S.M. 1914', in its scabbard; the third with engraved mounts including locket signed 'D.Mcintyre, Dundee'; and the fourth with engraved white metal mounts including pommel set with a coloured paste
the first: 18.3cm; 7 1/4in
(4)
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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600

268

A CASED LLOYDS PATRIOTIC FUND SWORD OF £50 TYPE PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN HENRY MERITON OF THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S SHIP EXETER, 1804, BY RICHARD TEED, SWORD CUTLER, LANCASTER COURT, STRAND
with reblued, curved, fullered blade (cleaned, no decoration visible), gilt-brass hilt comprising quillons formed as fasces, langets applied with Naval trophies, knuckle-guard formed as Hercules' club entwined by a serpent and the back-piece as the pelt of the Nemean Lion; finely chequered ivory grip secured at the base by a laurel wreath, in its original, gilt-brass-mounted fishskin-covered wooden scabbard, the mounts cast and chased with Classical scenes including Hercules and the Nemean Lion and Hercules and the Lernean Hydra, the locket inscribed 'Exeter', with belt and slings, in a Lloyds fitted mahogany case lined with blue velvet, the lid fitted with brass carrying handle and plaque, the latter recently engraved 'From the Patriotic Fund, Lloyds London to H. Meriton Esqr H.E.I.Co's Ship Exeter 1804', the interior with label including the maker's name,
76.8cm; 30 1/8in blade

Literature
Frederick Wilkinson, Edged Weapons, 1970, p. 150, illustrated.

This sword is one of fifteen Patriotic Fund swords of £50 value awarded to the ships' captains of the East India Company's 'China Fleet' involved in the celebrated engagement with the French of 15th February 1804 now known as 'Dance's Action'. All fifteen of these swords have the name of the relevant ship engraved in a scroll on the offside of the upper part of their scabbards. This feature, unique to the Fund's £50 swords for 'Dance's Action', enables this sword to be confidently associated with Captain Henry Meriton, captain of the Indiaman EXETER on that famous occasion - a sea battle memorably fictionalised by Patrick O'Brian in chapter nine of his 'Jack Aubrey' novel H.M.S. Surprise (London, 1973).

The 'China Fleet' of Dance's Action comprised sixteen homeward-bound Indiamen laden with cargo worth an estimated £8 million and eleven 'country ships' sailing from China to India. It sailed without naval escort, being reliant upon the size of the Indiamen - easily mistaken at a distance for British 64- or even 74-gun warships - and the pugnacious spirit of their captains to fight off a French force known to be lurking in wait for them. The fleet and its predators, a squadron commanded by the French admiral Linois, met off Pulo Aor at the entrance to the Malacca Straits late on 14th February 1804. The fleet's commodore, Captain Nathaniel Dance (1748-1827), was advised by some Royal Naval officer-passengers and, when the French were sighted, adopted tactics that were typical of the Royal Navy in order to delude Linois into thinking that he had met a powerful naval force and not a convoy of armed merchantmen: as night fell, he sent the country ships inshore and formed line of battle. The following morning, three of Dance's ships hoisted blue ensigns and pennants - a tactic intended to reinforce the impression that they were line-of-battle ships of the Royal Navy - and the line stood on for the mouth of the Malacca Straits. At this, Linois signalled his ships to attack the rear of the line. Dance's riposte was to signal his ships to tack in succession, bear down upon the French and engage them - not a manoeuvre that Linois might have expected from a convoy of merchantmen. The first six Indiamen, led by ROYAL GEORGE - the largest of them, approached the French squadron resolutely and in the face of French gunfire, so unnerving Linois by their evident enthusiasm for the fight and threat to surround and overwhelm his ships that he broke off the engagement after forty minutes and before the remaining Indiamen could join it. The Indiamen suffered only one casualty in the action and, after collecting a Royal Naval escort at St Helena, returned safely with their cargo and to enormous popular acclaim. Dance was knighted, lavishly rewarded and pensioned and received a sword of £100 value from the Patriotic Fund; each of his fifteen captains were also rewarded and each received a £50 sword, of which this is one.
Henry Meriton (1762-1826) was born in Rotherhithe and served a seven-year apprenticeship in the brigantine JOHN AND RICHARD on the West Indies trade, working his way up from gunner to ship's master, before joining the East India Company's maritime service in 1783. For the next decade, he served on four Indiamen, progressing from 3rd mate to 1st mate and being one of the two survivors from the crew of HALSEWELL when she was wrecked off the Isle of Purbeck in 1786. He joined EXETER as 1st mate on her maiden voyage in 1793 and made three voyages in her, to Bombay and China and back, before being appointed her captain in 1799. On his first voyage to China as captain of EXETER, Meriton distinguished himself in an action off the Brazilian coast on 4th August 1800 when, under cover of darkness, he captured a French frigate, MÉDÉE, that he had pursued and whose captain believed he was menaced by a large British man-of-war. Dance's Action, in which EXETER was not actively engaged, took place during his penultimate voyage as captain of that ship. In 1809 he was appointed captain of CEYLON, aboard which he was severely wounded and captured during an action in the Indian Ocean on 3rd July 1810, in which a French frigate squadron attacked and seized the greater part of a convoy of Indiamen. Taken to Mauritius, then called Île de France, with his ship, Meriton was released when the island was captured by the British in December 1810; he may have captained the Indiaman SOVEREIGN on a voyage in 1813-14. By 1816, Meriton had been appointed Superintendent of Marine and President of the Marine Board in Bombay, positions that he held until early 1826 when he returned home. Meriton died in Greenwich on 7th August 1826. See A. Farrington 1999, p. 536; the same author 1999, pp. 116 & 237-238; and J. Wright 1997, pp. 30-32.


Estimate: 6000-8000

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20000

269

AN 1825 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD
with regulation blade, signed Runkel Solingen on the back-edge, etched and gilt with 'GR' crowned, the crowned Royal Arms and foliage on a blued panel (oxidised, areas of wear), gilt-brass stirrup hilt including langets engraved with a fouled anchor, and a maned lion's head incorporating the pommel, and banded ivory grip (age cracks)
82cm; 32 1/4in blade
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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350

270

A NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD, LATE 18TH CENTURY AND ANOTHER, 19TH CENTURY
the first with etched blade by Busch & Sohn of Solingen, gilt-brass stirrup hilt, the langets cast with fouled anchors, pommel formed as a maned lionshead, and banded ivory grip; the second with etched fullered double-edged blade, gilt-brass hilt with folding side-guard, in its scabbard with locket signed by F. Highatt of Gosport
the first: 76.5cm; 30 1/8in blade
(2)
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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500

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