Napoleon
The British Sale

27 Oct 2021

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An Historically Important Sabre De Luxe Belonging To King Joseph Napoleon, Sovereign Of The Kingdom Of Naples, And Captured Following The Battle Of Vitoria

A Dihl et Guérhard porcelain bust of Napoleon (French, 1781–ca. 1824)

The Emperor Napoleon's hat early 19th century

An important French Imperial gold snuff box with the cipher of Napoleon Bonaparte by Léger-Fortuné-Alexandre Ricart, Paris c.1808-15, also with the post-revolutionary unofficial standard mark for 18 carat gold for Paris and the incuse inventory number 408

Andrea Appiani, Napoleon Bonaparte, circa 1800, pencil, black and white chalk on tanned paper; 20,5 x 18 cm

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE Autograph letter to his companion in exile and English teacher, Emmanuel, Comte de Las Cases ("Count lascases"), in English, beginning "...it is two o'clock after midnight, j have enow sleep j go then finish the night into to cause with you...", Longwood, 4.30 a.m., 9 March 1816

Studio of Paul Hippolyte Delaroche (French, 1797-1856) Napoléon abdiquant à Fontainebleau

Napoleon's shirt worn on St Helena, circa 1820

Palermo School, circa 1800 Profile portrait of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, in profile facing dexter, wearing the Chelengk presented by Emperor Selim III in his bicorn, displaying his Naval gold medals, the Order of St.Ferdinand and of Merit from Sicily and the Ottoman Order of the Crescentcharcoal and sanguine

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