Whole: description: CONTROL, SECONDARY & (SEE) WEA 1080 & WEA 1081.
Hilt form: larger version of hilt for WEA 1081 but having a fixed inner guard with a hole just above the back of ferrule which is designed to mate with the spring catch located at the side of the scabbard's throat. Two holes in guard, below blade, are provided for sword knot cord.
Blade form: very slightly curved blade with gently rounded back and single fuller on each side. Approximately the last 220 mm [8.661 ins] is double-edged and tapers to a spear point. Fullers extend for approximately 505 mm [19.882 ins], fuller stops near rounded.
Blade (left flat) finish: etched decoration comprising a rayed Tudor crown above foul anchor - at the centre of ornate panel formed from intertwined oak branches [detailed with acorns and oakleaves] and decoratively looped in ropework knots.
Blade (right flat) finish: as left flat except that the Royal Arms replaces the crown and foul anchor. A blank panel is located near the base element of ropework.