GREAT BRITAIN 1815 Scottish Regiments 41mm Bronze Medal, (BHM 438, Eimer 882, Mudie 4)

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GREAT BRITAIN 1815 Scottish Regiments 41mm Bronze Medal, Plain Edge, 34.5 grams, (BHM 438, Eimer 882, Mudie 4)

Obverse: Bust of a soldier in Highland dress, NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT
(Trans: No-one shall injure me with impunity.) Mudie / Dubois F.

Reverse: "MDCCCI / EGYPT / PORTUGAL / SPAIN / FRANCE / BELGIUM / MDCCCXV", a listing of battlefield victories between 1801 and 1815.

The reverse inscription is intended to honour the places in which the Scottish regiments had distinguished themselves between the two dates on the medal.
One of Mudie's series of National medals

Étienne Jacques Dubois, was a medallist active in the first half of the nineteenth century. He obtained in 1809 the second Grand Prix de Rome for medal-engraving, the subject being: Mars followed by Victory. The medals signed Dubois F. are mostly his work. He is the author of two medals commemorating the Crossing of the river Raab, in 1809, and also of the following, which were engraved for Mudie's National Series: