Waterloo 1815,
Lot 10
Waterloo 1815,
Sold for £4,320 (US$ 7,261) inc. premium
Lot Details
Waterloo 1815,
fitted with replacment silver clip and straight bar suspension (Surgeon George Steed, 1st or Royal Dragoons.). Some contact marks, otherwise almost very fine. (1)

Footnotes

  • George Steed was born on the 10th December 1871; Assistant Surgeon 52nd Foot 14th March 1805; 1st Dragoons 15th August 1805; Surgeon 1st Dragoons 17th January 1811; M.D., Edinburgh 1825; Retired half pay 22nd September 1825. He died on the 25th February 1853.
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  1. John Millensted
    Specialist - Coins and Banknotes
    Bonhams
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    Montpelier Street
    London, SW7 1HH
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 20 7393 3914
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