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Unseen Waterloo 1815 Edition
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Unseen Waterloo 1815 Edition

Limited to a print run of just 1815 copies, the 1815 Edition is beautifully finished in blue cloth with a silver map of the order of battle debossed on the cover.

The 1815 edition is £50.

 
The Artist's Edition
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The Artist's Edition

Presented in a bespoke slip case and individually numbered and signed by the photographer, the Artist's Edition is limited to 200 copies. It is a true collector's book. 

The launch price for the Artist's Edition is £200 and will increase as the edition sells out.

 
The Thin Red Line Edition
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The Thin Red Line Edition

The Thin Red Line Edition is hand bound in the same fabric worn by the British Redcoats at the Battle of Waterloo. Still manufactured by Hainsworth in the same West Yorkshire mill, this fabric is the origin of the "thin red line" and is part of their Waterloo Collection. 

The cover design of the battlefield of Waterloo is embroidered in silver thread. The book comes presented in a bespoke solander box also made of Hainsworth.

The Thin Red Line Edition is limited to just 25 copies.

The launch price for the Thin Red Line Edition is £1000.

 
Set of 3 Posters
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Set of 3 Unseen Waterloo Posters

Set of three Unseen Waterloo posters. Each measures approximately 69 x48 cm (27.2 x 18.9 inches)

The first poster is the Somerset House commercial poster featuring the exhibition information. The image is Drummer, 52nd (Oxfordshire) Regiment of Foot, Britain.

The Second poster is a British infantry soldier- Private, 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot, Britain. This is the image that featured on the cover of the Daily Telegraph Magazine.

The Third poster is a French cavalryman- Chasseur, Chasseurs à Cheval de la Garde Impériale, France.

 
Collection of Ten Postcards
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Collection of 10 Postcards

Set of Ten (12.7 x17 cm) postcards from the Unseen Waterloo series of images by Sam Faulkner.