A Military General Service Medal to the King's German Legion
A Military General Service Medal to the King's German Legion - 3 Clasps - ST. SEBASTIAN, NIVELLE, NIVE (SIMON ISERMANN, 2nd Lt Bn K.G.L.). Naming is officially impressed. Very crisp detail, bright patina, extremely fine. Accompanied by documenation from the National Archives and assorted research papers. Footnote: Simon Isermann was first traced as a Private on the musters for the 2nd Light Battalion, King's German Legion on January 25, 1813, appearing on the muster rolls for the 9th and 10th Companies and Depot at Bexhill. He is listed on the muster rolls, from August 1813 to February 1816, having served in Peninsula, France, Ostend (Flanders), Tournay, Courtray (Flanders), Passy (near Paris), Steyerberg and Hanover. He was discharged from service on September 4, 1816, upon disbandment of the regiment. No hard copy was done from the original Waterloo Medal roll in the National Archives, as his name appears on a section repaired in such a way that it makes it unreadable.