206 Napoleon à Saint Hélène

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Napoleon I in Coronation Robes by Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson & Marie-Victoire Jaquotot

Napoleon's funeral cortége, May 9th, 1821, from an old print    The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B.A. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon's funeral cortége, May from an old print The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon on his deathbed, from a contemporary scetch     The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B.A. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon on his deathbed, from a contemporary scetch The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon at Saint Helena, from a drawing by Captain Barnes (1827)      The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B.A. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon at Saint Helena, from a drawing by Captain Barnes The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B. Cantab and the author.

Napoleon & child, Saint Helena  curiosity postcard

Napoleon & child, Saint Helena curiosity postcard

statue of Napoleon in Briar's house, Saint Helena

Sailing from Simon's Town (South Africa) to Fortaleza (Brazil)

The embarkation of the remains of Napoleonon board of the french fregate 'La Belle Poule',  after an engraving of 1844    The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B.A. Cantab and the author.

The embarkation of the remains of Napoleonon board of the french fregate 'La Belle Poule', after an engraving of 1844 The Drama of Saint Helena, by Paul Frémeaux, translated from the French by Alfred Rieu, B. Cantab and the author.

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena

L'une des nombreuses chemises de Napoléon.

EN IMAGES. Les derniers effets personnels de Napoléon Bonaparte mis aux enchères

L'une des nombreuses chemises de Napoléon.

Napoléon I, Emperor of the French (1769-1821).  A single hair, cut off on his deathbed - Napoléon I, Emperor of the French (1769 - 1821. [1023418]  [St. Helena, 5. V. 1821]. - Single hair in folded package. "Hair | of Napoleon Bonaparte I. | The Great | Emperor of France | Cut off on his deathbed" - "Napoleon's Hair given Lord Queensberry by Dr Arnot [sic] who attended him on his death Bed

Napoléon I, Emperor of the French A single hair, cut off on his deathbed - Napoléon I, Emperor of the French - [St. Helena, V. - Single hair in folded package.

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena: Napoleon's Funeral on St. Helena  (contemporary French Image of the Funeral (circa 1826) )

Reflections on A Journey to St Helena: Napoleon's Funeral on St. Helena (contemporary French Image of the Funeral (circa )

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