Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


“View of Buonaparte’s New Mansion”

“View of Buonaparte’s New Mansion”

From "A Traveller’s Notebook, or From Buonaparte to Longwood" - 1819

After a few months in Jamestown, the port of St. Helena, Napoléon was moved five miles away to Longwood, a converted farmhouse at 1,700 feet elevation. Here he would spend the last five and a half years of his life in a suite of rooms comprising a study, drawing room, antechamber, bathroom and bedroom. Napoléon received this book about himself while in exile in 1820.

Historical Provenance - Napoléon’s library, Bertrand family collection

Colored engraving on paper



Grenadier Napoleon's Imperial Guard Handmade Figurine Weight 340gr Size 9Ń…9Ń…20cm picture

Grenadier Napoleon's Imperial Guard Handmade Figurine Weight 340gr Size 9Ń…9Ń…20cm

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Antique 1860s Period Napoleon III Grenadiers Imperial Guard Sword w/ Scabbard picture

Antique 1860s Period Napoleon III Grenadiers Imperial Guard Sword w/ Scabbard

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Scheibe Alsbach Porcelain Drummer Figurine Napoleon's Imperial Guard German Mark picture

Scheibe Alsbach Porcelain Drummer Figurine Napoleon's Imperial Guard German Mark

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Scheibe-Alsbach Porcelain Napoleon's Imperial Guard Drummer on Horseback German picture

Scheibe-Alsbach Porcelain Napoleon's Imperial Guard Drummer on Horseback German

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SCHEIBE-ALSBACH Napoleon Imperial Guard Porcelain Equestrian Grade Imperiale 11

SCHEIBE-ALSBACH Napoleon Imperial Guard Porcelain Equestrian Grade Imperiale 11"

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Napoleon I and the Imperial Guard (20 color plates) Eugène FIEFFÉ picture

Napoleon I and the Imperial Guard (20 color plates) Eugène FIEFFÉ

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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011