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Ref: 3289

Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975, both 132mm, mounted on framed board with plaque stating number 421 of a limited edition

 

Obv: Conjoined busts of the Allied leaders left

 

Rev: Victory advancing left guides the equestrian figures of Wellington and Blücher

 

 

References: cf. Eimer 57; BHM 870; E 1067

 

 

Condition: Extremely fine or nearly so, toned; Diameter: each 132mm

 

Brass plaque with the arms of the Prince Regent above, another below with THE WATERLOO MEDAL BY AUTHORITY OF THE WATERLOO COMMITTEE No. 421

 

Price £250

Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975
Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975
Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975
Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975
Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975
Battle of Waterloo, silver electrotypes of both sides of the proposed medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, made for the Waterloo Committee in 1975

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