Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


“Jérôme Bonaparte, King of Westphalia”

“Jérôme Bonaparte, King of Westphalia”

Jean-Baptiste Isabey - 1810

The youngest of the Bonaparte family, Jérôme was often a source of frustration and disappointment to Napoléon. In 1803, he married Elizabeth Patterson of Baltimore, Maryland, without his brother’s consent. Napoléon’s response was to annul the marriage, force him to wed Princess Catherine of Württemberg and make him King of Westphalia.

Historical Provenance - Comte Simeon collection

Ivory, gold and blue enamel



A lock of hair from Emily Dickinson  - James Merrill, J.D. McClatchy provenance picture

A lock of hair from Emily Dickinson - James Merrill, J.D. McClatchy provenance

$450000.00



LEI HULU, O'O, ANCIENT HAWAIIAN, PROVENANCE, KAMEHAMEHA 2, 200 YEARS OLD picture

LEI HULU, O'O, ANCIENT HAWAIIAN, PROVENANCE, KAMEHAMEHA 2, 200 YEARS OLD

$45000.00



Rare 14th-15th Century Cannon Moro Wars  Provenance The Badillo Collection picture

Rare 14th-15th Century Cannon Moro Wars Provenance The Badillo Collection

$35000.00



Original 1959 LeMans Poster signed Carroll Shelby Aston ONLY ONE with Provenance picture

Original 1959 LeMans Poster signed Carroll Shelby Aston ONLY ONE with Provenance

$33350.00



Wandering Woman, Bronze Statue from Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Provenance picture

Wandering Woman, Bronze Statue from Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Provenance

$24500.00



17th Century Military Cannon /  Provenance The Badillo Collection / Philippines picture

17th Century Military Cannon / Provenance The Badillo Collection / Philippines

$25000.00



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