Pooley Sword British and Commonwealth Military and Ceremonial Swords
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Royal Navy Master at Arms' Sword

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Royal Navy Master at Arms' Sword

Royal Navy Master at Arms' Sword

Royal Navy Master at Arms' Sword

Royal Navy Master at Arms' Sword

Royal Navy Knot

    In 1827, Masters, Mates, Master's Assistants and Midshipmen were ordered to wear swords.

    This was when the new pattern was introduced which is very similar to the present day sword. In 1832, the Regulations stipulated that Warrant Officers should have black grips and a stepped pommel. (Warrant Officers included Gunners, Boatswains and Carpenters.)

    The same sword with black grip and rounded pommel should be worn only by the Master–at-Arms and Warrant Officer ranks, which is still regulation today.


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    Highdown House,
    Shoreham Airport,
    Shoreham-by-Sea,
    West Sussex,
    BN43 5PB,
    UK.

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