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Including canes from The Mary Rose, HMS Royal George (2), HMS Foudroyant, HMS Victory (two), HMS Lion.
The Mary Rose was the flagship of King Henry VIII, launched in 1511 and sunk in 1545. Memorabilia salvaged during the lengthy 1836 operation are extremely rare. This sword-stick is inscribed Rev.C R 1841.
HMS Royal George was launched in 1756 as a 100 gun ship. She took on water and sunk very quickly with the loss of 600 men and 300 women in August 1782.
HMS Foudroyant. Launched 1798 and wrecked in Blackpool in 1897 was Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship from 1799-1800. The cane bears his image and the inscription Horatio Viscount Nelson: Born 1758 Died Oct 1805.
HMS Victory is arquably the most famous Royal Naval ship, being forever associated with Admiral Lord Nelson's greatest and final hour. There are two canes made with wood and copper from her.
HMS Lion was built in 1910 and fought in the three most important naval battles of WWI - Heliogoland Bight and as the flagship of Admiral Beatty in the Battles of Dogger Bank and Jutland.
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