HMS Electra was a one of nine E-class destroyers built for the
Royal Navy during the 1930s. Sunk in the Battle of the Java Sea, Electra
was a witness to many naval battles, including the Battle of the
Denmark Strait and the sinking of Prince of Wales and Repulse.


Pattern 1820 1st Life Guards Trooper’s Sword

95.5cm blade, regulation steel hilt with bowl guard engraved and pierced with crown over the regimental cypher, the border decorated with 12 brass studs (one missing), wire bound fish skin grip (wire binding A/F), in its steel scabbard, complete with buff leather sword knot.