Napoléon’s shoe buckles worn on St. Helena
- c. 1815
In his will, Napoléon mentions golden shoebuckles (he frequently referred to vermeil as gold, although it is actually gilded silver). All of his personal belongings were supposed to be handed over to his son, known then as the Duke of Reichstadt. His will was not respected, however, and his executors, Bertrand, Montholon and Noveraz, kept everything.
Historical Provenance - Duc de Padoue collection
PIERRE AUGEREAU Marshal of France lithograph by Ludwig Portman, 1807
Photo CDV 19e MarÃ©chal Pierre AUGEREAU, duc de CASTIGLIONE (1757-1816).
Photo CDV 19e Pierre AUGEREAU, marÃ©chal-duc de CASTIGLIONE (1757-1816).
Marshal Charles Pierre Francois Augereau 19th Century Lithograph
1897 Napoleon Marshal Charles Pierre Francois Augereau Duke Of Castiglione PRINT
Photo: Augereau,Charles Pierre FranÃ§ois Augereau, 1st Duc de Castiglione,1757-18