The Goulbourn Museum unveiled a renewed 100th Regiment Exhibit on Family Day 2014 and members of the 100th Regiment Historical Society were on hand to help out.
A private from one of the 8 battalion companies of the 100th Regiment. Records show that the regiment received a quantity of the Belgic model shako in August of 1813.
Drawing by G. Legge.
Each regiment had 10 companies. These consisted of 8 center or battalion companies, a grenadier company, and a light infantry company.
While the yellow would be of a deeper shade and the lace would be square, the below image does gives an idea of what the 100th's light company may have looked like towards the end of the war.
Drawing of the 82nd Regiment's light company by G. Legge.