The basic Sea Service pattern was used from the mid-18th century into the early 19th century by the Royal Navy around the globe including during the French & Indian War, American Revolution, War of 1812, and Napoleonic Wars. "TOWER" marked at the tail of the lock, a "crown/GR" royal cipher and "crown/broad arrow" marked at the center of the lock. "IC" stamped in the left stock flat, and "crown/broad arrow" stamped on the top right of the wrist. Provenance: The Collection of Joe M. Wanenmacher Jr
Very good with bright metal and some scattered patches of light pitting. Stock is also very good with scattered scratches and dents, some minor chips at the edges, and defined stampings. Mechanically fine.
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