Inscription: Presented by the Corporation of the City of London pursuant to a note of the Common Council, passed the 12th of July, 1813 to Lieutenant General Sir Rowland Hill, K.B. in testimony of the high sense of the country entertains for his public service in Skill, Bravery, and Exertions so eminently displayed on the 21st of June, 1813 when the French army was completely defeated at Vittoria by the Allied Forces under the command of Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington.
Marking:  Lion passant;
 Leopard's head crowned;
 London date letter u, for 1755-56;
 R G, T above, C below (Jackson, 1921, p. 200)
Location of marks:
Inside cover and on bottom