Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Order to defend Madrid sent from Napoléon

Order to defend Madrid sent from Napoléon

Emperor Napoléon I - December 1811

Napoléon invaded Portugal in 1807 as part of his initiative to close ports that the British used for trade. He then invaded Bourbon-ruled Spain, wishing in large measure to spread the ideals of the Revolution. Unlike the Italians, the fiercely patriotic Spaniards did not take to French rule. Resistance remained strong and occupied the attention of 300,000 troops that Napoléon sorely needed elsewhere.

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Antique Rare Bronze Table Medal Imperial Russia For The Battle of Borodino picture

Antique Rare Bronze Table Medal Imperial Russia For The Battle of Borodino

$490.00



Antique copper plate

Antique copper plate "The Battle of Borodino"

$200.00



WWI Cup Signed Battle Borodino Imperial Russia Copper Double Headed Eagle Crown picture

WWI Cup Signed Battle Borodino Imperial Russia Copper Double Headed Eagle Crown

$190.00



SET Bronze Solid Brass Tea Glass Holder Battle Borodino Napoleon Kutuzov picture

SET Bronze Solid Brass Tea Glass Holder Battle Borodino Napoleon Kutuzov

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BARADZINSKAYA BATTLE BORODINO STREET SIGN Old Metal PLAQUE Russian Soviet Enamel picture

BARADZINSKAYA BATTLE BORODINO STREET SIGN Old Metal PLAQUE Russian Soviet Enamel

$55.00



1912 Imperial Russia NAPOLEON WAR BORODINO BATTLE Russian TIN BOX picture

1912 Imperial Russia NAPOLEON WAR BORODINO BATTLE Russian TIN BOX

$49.00



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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011