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The Wildcats 28 Jul 18
Spotted in a shop in Glasgow...Duke of Wellington hats....
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Ben Pook Art 17 Feb 19
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The Wildcats 12 Aug 18
Is this a new thing in Glasgow? similar to the Duke of Wellington's cone hat.. Queen Victoria gets a brolly. Can't take credit for the photo.
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Ben Pook Art 28 Jan 19
I started this chap this afternoon. 'The Iron Duke'
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Susan Kelso 25 Jun 18
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AliceMarie Crossland 25 Sep 17
lovely to see & Georgy Lennox together for my article on 's excellent blog -
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Sam Ryan 3 Jul 18
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Sierra Toy Soldier Company 19 May 18
Hougoumont! Located on the far right flank of Wellington's lines at Waterloo (18th of June, 1815). Photos by Aidan Welton-Drake
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𝕁 𝕠 𝕟 𝕟 𝕪  𝕊 𝕥 𝕖 𝕨 𝕒 𝕣 𝕥 2 Jul 18
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Shannon Selin Mar 22
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The Tower of London 5 Feb 18
in 1826: Arthur Wellesley becomes the Constable of the Tower. The Waterloo Barracks, where the Crown Jewels are now on display, was built while Wellington was Constable & named after his famous victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.
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Mr H 5 Sep 18
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LongVictorianPrints 9 Sep 18
An illustration showing the last survivors from the Battle of Waterloo (1815); photograph taken at Chelsea Hospital in June of 1880.
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diane lloyd 9 Dec 18
I had the pleasure of meeting this talented artist in , yesterday. There's a reason he's dressed as Napoleon with a cone on his head. People who come to Glasgow will find it amusing . statue in Glasgow.
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whatsername ☠ 18 Nov 17
Looks like I wasn’t the only Glaswegian in Perth to see today 😂
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Fernando LEON SOLIS 1 Jul 18
Twelve cones on the 's head and one on Copenhagen's
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AliceMarie Crossland 13 May 18
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Brian Inkster 4 Jul 18
Replying to @BrianInkster
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Geri Walton Oct 5
Oil on canvas titled "The Grandchildren of the Duke of Wellington" by Thomas Crane (1808-1859).
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David Feb 13
New statue been put up in Glasgow?
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