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Medal commemorating the camp at Boulogne, and the planned invasion of England, 1804; reverse
Obverse: the Emperor Napoleon I seated on a throne with two attendants standing behind him, handing a medal to a soldier in uniform, with three others, one bearing a staff with the Napoleonic eagle and wreath. Reverse: plan of the camp with numbers, inscription below.
- Image reference: E3060-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London