Waterloo 1815,
Lot 5
Waterloo 1815,
Sold for £10,560 (US$ 17,749) inc. premium
Lot Details
Waterloo 1815,
fitted with steel clip and replacement straight bar suspension (Lieut.R.H.Scott, 3rd. Batt. 1st Foot or R.Scots.). A couple of edge bruises, small contact marks, otherwise very fine. (Lot)


  • Robert Horsman Scott: Ensign 1st Foot 16th May 1811 confirmed on roll. He is additionally confirmed as having been slightly wounded in the London Gazette of 3rd July 1815.

    The lot includes a framed and glazed portrait of him, half length, in uniform wearing his Waterloo medal: British School, XIXth Century, oil on canvas, 77 x 64cm.
  1. John Millensted
    Specialist - Medals
    Montpelier Street
    London, SW7 1HH
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 20 7393 3914
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