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eMedals-Waterloo Medal 1815 – 3rd REG. GUARDS

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Waterloo Medal 1815 – 3rd REG. GUARDS

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Waterloo Medal 1815 – 3rd REG. GUARDS

(CORP. WM. DONALDSON, 2nd BATT. 3rd REG. GUARDS). Naming is officially impressed, steel clip and contemporary steel bar suspension, slight pitting and nearly very fine. Accompanied by copies of his service and discharge records. Footnote: William Donaldson was born in Dalkeith and enlisted on December 28, 1811 in Colchester, listing his trade as Shoemaker. He served in Belgium and France from 1814 to 1816 and was present at the Battle of Waterloo, where he was wounded in the body. He later spent sixteen months in Portugal, from 1827 to 1828 and fulfilled the remainder of his service at home. He was discharged from service April 2, 1831 at age 43. (BCM763)
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