Standard pattern identical to those carried today, with broad lugged base spear point. The banded conical socket mounted with the unique octagonal three tier pierced hollow "bird cage". The point with the cross over crown, above the arms of England and the monogram AR below. Punched WP below. Anne was Queen of England, 1702-07 and Great Britain, 1707-14. The Yeomen of the Guard are commonly known as Beefeaters and the gin sold under that name utilizes the image of a Yeoman carrying a partisan of identical pattern. Two identical examples are preserved in the Guards Room at St. James's Palace, London, Originally, this arm was mounted to 8 feet in length. A portion of its original haft remains.