Dirk Scabbarb

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Title

Dirk Scabbarb

Subject

Weapons of war

Description

From the National Maritime Museum - The scabbard is made from pierced gilt mounted on black leather. The gilt is pierced in two places to show the leather below. The scabbard has two rings for the attachment of belt slings. The obverse of the top locket is decorated with a shield consisting of crossed axes, lances, etc. The reverse of the top locket is engraved with the words 'J Salter 35, Strand Sword Cutler and Jeweller'. There is a centre oval panel on the obverse and reverse of the scabbard, which contains a depiction in relief of a foul anchor and cable motif.

Creator

John Salter

Source

National Maritime Museum

Publisher

National Maritime Museum

Date

1824

Contributor

Chairman Meow

Format

Image

Identifier

WPN1020.1
https://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/534783.html

Files

e1130.jpg

Citation

John Salter, “Dirk Scabbarb,” Enlightenmens, accessed October 6, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/867.

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