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Title Bethnal Green Volunteer Infantry silver medal
Nationality British
Period 1814
Sold

This medal was awarded by Lt Col Carrick to the men under his command who had served with the Bethnal Green Volunteers up to the first dethronement of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1814. It is struck from sterling silver, but is not hallmarked. A nice example of a die-struck medal of the Regency period.

The condition is about VF, ie it has had some wear and tear in its life, with the highlights all being somewhat rubbed.

If you want to comment on this item—re quality, age, etc—please email me.


[Militaria : Medals : British : 19th Century]

testimonials

Just a brief note to confirm that the sabre has been delivered today. All is as it should be. I have to say I’m impressed with the ‘custom’ packaging, obviously essential in your line of business. I have made a very quick inspection of the sword & it fully lives up to your accurate description, very pleased with the purchase.

M B, UK, 18.06.2015

The day the blunderbuss arrives I could not stop looking and feeling the gun for at least one hour. My wife told me that I was sick........ I am very happy, it is a piece of craftsmanship! Well made! I have 5 blunderbusses but all iron barrel, also from England but this one is gorgeous with the Brass Barrel.

Please keep me informed when you have any other type of blunderbuss. Thanks my friend!

M R, USA, 04.08.2011

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