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



French Gold Snuff Box picture

French Gold Snuff Box

$19500.00



1820s 18 Karat Tri-Color Russian Snuff Box picture

1820s 18 Karat Tri-Color Russian Snuff Box

$14500.00



Antique 18k yellow gold snuff box by Adrien-Maximilien Vachette, Paris,1819-1838 picture

Antique 18k yellow gold snuff box by Adrien-Maximilien Vachette, Paris,1819-1838

$13400.00



Antique French 20k Gold Snuff Box Circa 1870 picture

Antique French 20k Gold Snuff Box Circa 1870

$10665.00



Antique Swiss 14k Yellow Gold and Enamel Snuff Box Circa 1840 picture

Antique Swiss 14k Yellow Gold and Enamel Snuff Box Circa 1840

$10255.00



French 20 ct Gold Snuff Box Antique Circa 1870 picture

French 20 ct Gold Snuff Box Antique Circa 1870

$9770.55



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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011