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  • Waterloo Medal 1815  Royal Scotts
  • Waterloo Medal 1815  Royal Scotts
  • Waterloo Medal 1815  Royal Scotts

Item: W0725

Waterloo Medal 1815 Royal Scotts

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Waterloo Medal 1815 Royal Scotts

(*** JOS. WILSON, 3rd. BAT. 1st FOOT. Or R. SCOTS.). Naming is officially impressed. Contemporary, privately made bar suspension, minor contact marks, very fine. Accompanied by copies of his pay lists and discharge papers. Footnote: Joseph Wilson was born in Bedworth in the County of Warwick and enlisted at the age of nineteen in 1810 and served for five and half years in the Army. He was wounded in the thigh on June 16, 1815 at the Battle of Waterloo.
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