Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Napoléon’s shoe buckles worn on St. Helena

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

Vermeil silver



Napoleonic War 1770 Austro - Hungarian Offices Hussars Silver Saber  picture

Napoleonic War 1770 Austro - Hungarian Offices Hussars Silver Saber

$8800.00



1796 BRITISH NAPOLEONIC FLANK OFFICERS SABRE/SWORD picture

1796 BRITISH NAPOLEONIC FLANK OFFICERS SABRE/SWORD

$2201.23



Fine German heavy cavalry saber, C. 1800- Napoleonic war era, Original scabbard picture

Fine German heavy cavalry saber, C. 1800- Napoleonic war era, Original scabbard

$1700.00



Napoleonic German Hussars Saber picture

Napoleonic German Hussars Saber

$1400.00



1st EMPIRE INFANTRY OFFICER'S SABER WITH SHEATH/Napoleon/RARE picture

1st EMPIRE INFANTRY OFFICER'S SABER WITH SHEATH/Napoleon/RARE

$950.00



NICE OFF SAID MINOR SWORD SABRE SABER ROYAL REVOLUT NAPOLEON TO 1780 VIVE LE ROY picture

NICE OFF SAID MINOR SWORD SABRE SABER ROYAL REVOLUT NAPOLEON TO 1780 VIVE LE ROY

$870.00



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