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eMedals-A Two Bar Naval General Service Medal

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A Two Bar Naval General Service Medal

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A Two Bar Naval General Service Medal

Egypt & St. Domingo (John Footman) Naming is officially impressed, suspension re-fixed, light contact marks, cleaned, nearly very fine. Footnote:  John Footman was an AB on the "Roebuck" for the first clasp, awarded for service on land and off the coast of Egypt 8 Mar to 2 Sep 1801. He was an Ordinary Seaman on the "Acasta" at the Battle of Santo Domingo on 6 Feb 1806, in which British naval forces captured three and destroyed two French sail of the line. Provenance: OMRS Convention 1999, DNW, lot #205, 2 Apr 2003
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