Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


“Surrender of the City of Ulm”

“Surrender of the City of Ulm”

Carle Vernet - c. 1806-17

On October 20,1805, the Austrian forces, forming part of the Third Coalition with England, Naples and Russia, surrendered to Napoléon. He took 33,000 prisoners and captured 60 cannons and 40 flags. A month later, Napoléon entered Vienna, without opposition or fanfare. His resounding defeat of the Russian army at Austerlitz on December 2, 1805, spelled the end of the coalition.

Sepia on paper



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

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

$400.00



‎‎Napoleon Ist and The Imperial Guard - Eugene Fieffe Leather Bound French Text picture

‎‎Napoleon Ist and The Imperial Guard - Eugene Fieffe Leather Bound French Text

$355.00



French Napoleonic Imperial Guard, Chess and Chevrons Officers, Generic picture

French Napoleonic Imperial Guard, Chess and Chevrons Officers, Generic

$189.00



French Napoleonic Epaulettes Colonel of the Imperial Guard picture

French Napoleonic Epaulettes Colonel of the Imperial Guard

$189.00



1806 Letter France Imperial Guard Chasseurs Regiment Napoleon Waterloo Battle  picture

1806 Letter France Imperial Guard Chasseurs Regiment Napoleon Waterloo Battle

$119.00



Franklin Mint THE SWORD OF NAPOLEONS IMPERIAL GUARD 1:3 Scale Replica picture

Franklin Mint THE SWORD OF NAPOLEONS IMPERIAL GUARD 1:3 Scale Replica

$79.99



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