Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


“The Battle of Wagram”

“The Battle of Wagram”

Carle Vernet -

The Battle of Wagram in early July 1809 was Napoléon’s last great military victory. Once again, he demonstrated an ability to instantly assess battlefield developments and act decisively. But it was nearly a fiasco, and was one of the bloodiest battles in history, costing 34,000 French and 50,000 Austrian lives. One historian has called Wagram “two days of competitive homicide.”

Historical Provenance - Countess de Chambure collection

India ink with gouache on paper



‎‎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

$425.00



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



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



Circa 1852 2nd Empire Napoleon III French Imperial Guard Uniform Button picture

Circa 1852 2nd Empire Napoleon III French Imperial Guard Uniform Button

$79.00



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A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011