(n/a) Frederick Buck (Irish, 1771-circa 1840) Captain Fenton (d.1820), wearing the uniform of the 37th (the North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot, scarlet coatee with yellow facings, silver epaulette and white cross-belt, the belt plate bearing number 37, frilled white cravat and black stock
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(n/a) Frederick Buck (Irish, 1771-circa 1840) Captain Fenton (d.1820), wearing the uniform of the 37th (the North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot, scarlet coatee with yellow facings, silver epaulette and white cross-belt, the belt plate bearing number 37, frilled white cravat and black stock
Sold for £1,920 (US$ 3,261) inc. premium
Lot Details
(n/a) Frederick Buck (Irish, 1771-circa 1840)
Captain Fenton (d.1820), wearing the uniform of the 37th (the North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot, scarlet coatee with yellow facings, silver epaulette and white cross-belt, the belt plate bearing number 37, frilled white cravat and black stock.
Inscribed on reverse May 1 st 1803/ Cork/ Captain/ Fenton 37th Regt./ 27th ***/ 1805/ Obit/ the 8th August/ 1820, gilt-mounted octagonal papier-mâché frame.
Oval, 68mm (2 11/16in) high
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