London, South Kensington
5 October 2004
Col. William Vincent, in scarlet coat with silver epaulettes and wearing a shoulder-belt plate bearing the insignia of the 82nd Regiment of Foot, wearing the Army Gold Medal
rectangular black frame with gilt-metal mount
oval, 2 9/16 in. (65 mm.) high
See Illustration page 11
By family descent.
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The Army Gold Medal was awarded for taking part in the Battle of Orthes in February 1814. The 82nd Regiment of Foot had the title "Prince of Wales's Volunteers".
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