Waterloo 1815
Lot 7
Waterloo 1815,
Sold for £11,750 (US$ 19,749) inc. premium
Auction Details
Waterloo 1815,
Lot Details
Waterloo 1815,
fitted with steel clip and ring suspension (Captain Edwin Sandys, 12th Reg. Light Dragoons.) Some light contact marks, otherwise good very fine. (1)


  • Captain Edwin Sandys: Cornet, 1st Dragoons 22.12.1804; Lieutenant, 1st Dragoons 30.7.1807; Captain, 1st Dragoons 19.8.1808; Captain, 12th Dragoons 30.3.1809. Served with distinction in the Peninsula Wars. He died of his wounds shortly after Waterloo.

    The entry on the Waterloo Prize Roll has him as discharged dead and his share of £90.5s.3 3/4d was paid to a lady named Gorgina (sic) Elizabeth Swann via a solicitor.

    Sold with copied research.
  1. John Millensted
    Specialist - Coins and Banknotes
    Montpelier Street
    London, SW7 1HH
    United Kingdom
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