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Description of a series of watercolour drawings executed by the late Sir Charles Bell, illustrative of wounds received at the Battle of Waterloo, by Deputy Inspector General T. Longmore, Professor of Military Surgery

Date
post 1866
Reference
RAMC/96
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Royal Army Medical Corps Muniments Collection
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Publication/Creation

post 1866

Physical description

1 volume, 1 bound photocopy and 17 loose colour transparencies

Location of duplicates

A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library.Wellcome Images holds a copy of RAMC 96, page 10 (image ref. L0048457)

Terms of use

Open and available by appointment at the Museum of Military Medicine. A digitised copy is available to view via the online catalogue on the Wellcome Collection website.

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