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CarCuirCasq

Very rare, very beautiful and guaranteed authentic French First Empire Model 1810 Carabinier Cuirass. One of the most desirable pieces of Napoleonic militaria. Also available: museum-quality exact replica of the extremely rare Carabinier helmet (matches the cuirass perfectly for color and makes an outstanding set for display). Click on the photo for more information and additional photos, or contact the seller for a very detailed brochure.

Price $14,950 for the cuirass; $950 for the helmet or $15,000 for the set, plus shipping.

 

 

 

 

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Interesting letter signed Duc de Feltre, Minister of War, dated Paris 5th Janvier 1814 (at the very beginning of the French campaign) in French to the Duke of Valmy Marshal Kellermann

Price: €380 (about $470) (can be discussed)

 

 

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Engraving by Charles Williams, delineated by George Murgatroyd Woodward with original hand-colouring. Published 1 October 1807 by Thos Tegg 111 Cheapside. Napoleon issued the Berlin Decree in Nov 1806 forbidding his allies and conquests from trading with the British. By October 1807, Napoleon had seized most of continental Europe & Britain was left with only Sweden & Portugal as weakened allies.

$1900

 

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Letter Signed by Marechal Louis-Alexandre Berthier on January 2,1802 appointing his brother Cesar Berthier as Inspector of Revenues. In a handwritten note at the bottom left Berthier indicates that Cesar is ill and he will need to report only when he is recovered. Document is in fine condition and the signature is bold. Letter is written on Berthier’s letterhead as Minister of War.

Price $350 (shipping is extra).
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Napoleon’s Abdication at Fontainbleau. Framed aquatint with hand-coloring, circa 1860, on wove paper, published in Berlin, with margins. Nicely restored to fine condition.

$1200

 

 

 

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A bust of Napoleon, matching portraits of Napoleon and Josephione, and a small collection of buttons, being sold as individual lots.

 

 

 

 

 

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The Eagle brings together a rich tapestry of imperial symbolism and the Napoleonic legend: a golden eagle centerpiece, bees, insignias of the Légion d’Honneur, and the mythical hat. A pair of swans and a coin with the double profile of Napoleon and the empress Josephine celebrate their legendary love story. Made in France of the finest quality silk with hand-rolled edges, it measures 36 x 36 inches and is presented in a gift box with the scarf description.

$175.00 (free priority shipment in the US)

 

 

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Period engraving of Bonaparte in Empire style frame, all archival treatment including museum glass, the most expensive and protective possible, beautiful French blue mat.
$300 Free Shipping

 

 

 

 

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Napoleon for Dummies, by David Markham
The ultimate Napoleon biography ‘for the rest of us!’ Humorous, well-researched, and easy to read, it’s a perfect gift for expert and novice alike. Signed by the author.

$25 including postage to the USA and Canada.

 

 

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The Road to St. Helena

This book focuses the short critical period in 1815 between Waterloo and his arrival on St. Helena. This is a ‘must read’ book for anyone interested in the complete story of Napoleon! Signed by the author.

$45 Postage paid to the USA and Canada

 

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