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Battle of Waterloo - Commemorative Book

Battle of Waterloo - Commemorative Book
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Battle of Waterloo - Commemorative Book

Book description:

Waterloo 1815 |Limited CommemorativeEdition |1,1815 Copies

The Waterloo Commemorative Anthology includes a unique collection of the most powerful and engaging writing from all sides of the Battle of Waterloo,including first-hand reports, eye-witness accounts, personal letters and more. The engaging text is supported by historically-important sketches, illustrations, prints and maps; many rarely seen; some previously unpublished. 

Battle-related maps, housed in a separate portfolio compliment each volume, demonstrate  brings the battle to life  creating the ultimate commemorative collection. The book and portfolio, housed in a kashgar slipcase, with a Waterloo Medal cartouche embossed to the front.  Battle-related maps, housed in a separate portfolio, compliment each volume, creating the ultimate, commemorative collection.  

The Waterloo Commemorative Anthology is based around three of the great Waterloo texts; one British, one Prussian, and one French. Each account offers a very different perspective to the battle, collectively, the texts present a uniqe and comprehensive insight to the Waterloo campaign. Interspersed throughout the text are the letters, reports and recollections from men on both sides -  some famous, many obscure, all engaging.

Many of thee original sources are reproduced in facsimile, (with transcriptions where appropriate).The final notes and letters written by the Duke of Wellington, immediately before, and after the Battle of Waterloo (sourced from the Wellington document collection held at to Southampton University), deliver a remarkable insight, similarly battle-numbers (recorded by the Duke of Wellington), plus Wellington's first draft of the Waterloo Dispatch, in its entirety.

In addition to the engaging text, the Anthology includes some 200 prints, maps and diagrams  sourced from original, hand-coloured publisher-proofs, (Getty family library, Wormsley, England), a series of 34 etchings, originally published by John Booth, (coloured to replicate the original etchings, by the eminent watercolourist, Peter Frith), a fine collection of satirical, Napoleonic sketches from the Anne S. K. Brown (military) Library, and much more.

The historic Waterloo battlefield panorama, published by John Booth is also tipped into one volume, similarly Battle of Waterloo campaign maps, and plans from both Jones & Mudford’s original works. Presented in a companion portfolio, a number of comparative larger maps, being true-to-size, will satisfy the most insatiable appetites for historic accuracy.


Binding | Fine quality materials | Traditional craftmanship | Hand-Made in England

Each volume is quarter bound, by hand, in premium-quality, calf-leather, with gold bands and lettering to the spine. The book boards (covers) in bookbinders silk; the front board with a blocked-cartouche, detailing the Prussian- & Union Flags, victorious, and the French Tricolour, fallen.  End papers featuring sketches by Daniel Maclise, plus a trio of crimson & blue ribbon-markers, (in each volume), re-inforce the Battle of Waterloo theme.*


Bindings: Quarter-bound premium-quality calf leather, silk boards.

Colours: Brown leather quarter-bindings. Scarlet silk boards.
Ribbon Markers: three ribbon markers to each volume.
Endpapers: Sketches by Daniel Maclise.
Slipcase: Kashgar, premium-quality, bookbinding cloth with a satin lustre.
Publisher: Extraordinary Publications

Product number: mi0027

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£ 1,450.00

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