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The Third Class Order of St George awarded to Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, G.C.B., commander of the British 2nd Division at the battle of Waterloo in June 1815
Russia, Imperial Military Order of St George, 3rd class neck badge in gold and enamels, circa 1815, 38mm, the suspension ring with French ‘rooster head’ stamp mark for the period 1803-19, with original neck cravat with sewn button holes at either end, extremely fine and ext...
Sold for £150,000
The Fourth Class Order of St George awarded to Colonel Sir Colin Campbell, K.C.B., 2nd Foot Guards, Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington and at his side throughout the battle of Waterloo
Russia, Imperial Military Order of St George, 4th class breast badge in gold and enamels, circa 1815, 32mm, the original ribbon rather frayed, some minor old restoration to outer circumference of obverse centre, white enamel flaked on one reverse arm and wit...
Sold for £60,000
A very rare Crimean War period Fourth Class badge of the Order of St George
Russia, Imperial Military Order of St George, 4th class breast badge in gold and enamels, circa 1855, 38mm, the suspension ring with partial mark of Pavel Andreev, St Petersburg, very minor chip near point of one reverse arm, otherwise good very fine and very rare for this period £12000-15000
The Order of St Anne awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac B. Clarke, C.B., 2nd Royal North British Dragoons (Scots Greys), who was wounded, had four horses shot under him and succeeded to the command of the regiment after Lieutenant-Colonel Hamilton was killed
Russia, Imperial Order of St Anne, 3rd Class breast badge in gold and enamels, circa 1815, 34mm, later small rings for suspension, red enamel damaged on all but three panels, small chip t...
Sold for £7,500
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