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Lot 6
Waterloo 1815,
Sold for £6,110 (US$ 10,269) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Waterloo 1815,
fitted with original steel clip (ring absent) (Assist Surg. R.H.Hett, 1st Batt. 95th Reg. Foot.) Light edge bruising and contact marks, otherwise very fine. (1)

Footnotes

  • H.Mate, General Service 26.3.1812; Assistant Surgeon 1st Battalion 95th Foot (later Rifle Brigade) 3 September 1812; retired Half Pay 9 August 1820. Served in Peninsula Wars 1812-1814 and Waterloo. Died at Chatham 27 August 1827.
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