RMJ7XNGE–Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Austerlitz on 2nd December 1805 by Francois Gerard, oil on canvas, 1810. The battle was the most important of the Napoleonic Wars, with a decisive victory for France.
RMD96CRF–Napoleonic Wars: Napoleon's the Grand Armee catching sight of Moscow, 1812 . Early 20th century book illustration.
RMTB3D2X–A French Napoleonic cartridge box and bandolier, Black leather box with gilt trim, gilt star with detailed Napoleonic crest front, red leather interior, black velvet back, gilt bandolier mounts and buckles, white leather bandolier. USA-lot. France, Imperial, French Empire, object, objects, stills, clipping, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, historic, historical 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMGJX3B8–21st eme Regiment de Ligne on the battlefield of a Napoleonic war reenactment at Spetchley Park, Worcestershire, England
RMH2KHPG–Engraving - Retreat of the french army in Russia - 1812
RMEW4DH2–'Scotland Forever! is an 1881 painting by Lady Butler depicting the start of the cavalry charge of the Royal Scots Greys who charged alongside the British heavy cavalry at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 during the Napoleonic wars.'
RMB711K0–Map of Europe in 1810 during the Napoleonic Wars, labels in German. Color lithograph
RMMKKJTB–Napoleonic Code 1833
RMHT3K8A–Napoleonic ordinary gunner from a Royal Artillery Invalid regiment c.1803-15, (c2000-2015)
RMT1HR2R–'The Battle of Copenhagen' 2nd April, 1801. 'Slaget på Reden' (The Battle of Copenhagen). By Johan Frederik Clemens (1749-1831) after Christian August Lorentzen (1749-1828). Here pictured the battle led by Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) which was part of the English attack on Copenhagen during the Napoleonic wars. This engraving was a very popular contemporary print and was a feature in many homes as a show of patriotism.
RMH3AHG1–Medal of Huguenot soldiers from the Napoleonic Wars in Berlin, 1935
RF2J876F1–EUROPE 1793-1815 Napoleonic Wars. Confederation of the Rhine. COLLINS 1873 map
RMCP015P–NAPOLEONIC ARMY : cavalryman of 7th Hussars
RMCW8NEW–Napoleonic Wars, illustrations
RM2A4A3CX–Entrance to the Napoleonic Villa San Martino, Portoferraio, Italy 1930s
RMEMR114–French Dragoon. French Army. Napoleonic Empire. 1807. Engraving. Colored.
RMEXE5CD–Italy Piedmont Monferrato World Heritage, the Citadel - Stable Napoleonic
RMJ7XNGC–Napoleon Bonaparte Reviewing the Imperial Guard at the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt (Bataille d'Iena) on 14th October 1806 by Horace Vernet, oil on canvas, 1836. The battle marked the defeat of the Fourth Coalition in tne Napoleonic Wars.
RM2K02C2E–Denis Vasilyevich Davidov (1784 - 1839) Russian soldier-poet of the Napoleonic Wars who invented the genre of hussar poetry, characterised by hedonism and bravado.
RMT4TDKH–A French Napoleonic cuirass, Metal body with brass hobnails, silver scale straps with gold buckles on front and lion head hinges on back, white leather belly straps, no liner, long tongue red fringed epaulettes, slight pitting and surface rust overall. USA-lot. France, Imperial, French Empire, object, objects, stills, clipping, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, historic, historical 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMDC45K9–Napoleonic symbol (Napoleon III) on the Ponat au Change in Paris, 1858-1860.
RMH3MP00–Gustav II Adolf, King of Sweden (1611-1632) on horseback in the Battle of Stralsund 1628 ( painter Heyden, Jacob van der (1572) Germany ( The Battle of Stralsund on 31 May 1809 was a battle during the War of the Fifth Coalition, part of the Napoleonic Wars, between Ferdinand von Schill's freikorps and Napoleonic forces in Stralsund. )
RMARNXTB–Action Front, 1814, 1930s illustration of an incident in the Peninsular Campaign of the Napoleonic Wars in 1814
RMB5JFBG–French cavalry fording a river during their invasion of Spain Napoleonic Wars. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RFH9BWXH–Blessing of War Volunteers 1813, Napoleonic Wars, historical illustration
RMDWGNDN–French Napoleonic cavalry, 1815, as deployed at Battle of Waterloo, Chasseurs, historical re-enactment, horses
RMG52R43–A Napoleonic scene from the Royal Military Tattoo dress rehearsal, in Horse Guards Parade. The Tattoo, celebrating 1000 years of defence of the realm.
RM2T08GGN–Prince Józef Poniatowski, Polish general, 1763-1813. Marshal of the French Empire during the Napoleonic Wars. On horseback in schako and officer's uniform in front of Polish lancers. Le prince Joseph Poniatowsky. Handcoloured woodcut by Francois Rouget after an illustration by Hippolyte Bellangé from P.M. Laurent de l’Ardeche’s Histoire de Napoleon, Paris, 1840.
RF2FWPHEN–Entry of the Allies into Paris 1815. Napoleonic Wars. TALLIS c1855 old print
RM2B83EPK–FRENCH CAVALRY CHARGE in the Napoleonic period
RMCW8NEY–Napoleonic Wars, illustrations
RMT8F4N7–The last call to arms of the Tyrolean Peasants during the Napoleonic Invasion
RMKBE4CA–Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815). Retreat of the Napoleonic armies of the Russian front in the winter of 1813. Engraving.
RMEXE41J–Italy Piedmont Monferrato World Heritage, the Citadel -Napoleonic ovens
RM2HGRMET–Portrait of Nikolai Ivanovich Depreradovich (1767-1843) by George Dawe (1781-1829), oil on canvas. Nikolay Depreradovich was a highly decorated Russian General who fought in the Napoleonic wars.
RMD95X5Y–Napoleonic Wars. The Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805. The French victory over Austria and Russia led to the Treaty of Presburg, 26 December 1805.
RMB478PT–Pius Ferdinand Messerschmitt (1858 - 1915)., Napoleonic Cavalry raiding a market. Gouache on paper, signed on the lower right 'P.F. Messerschmitt'. Observed by villagers and children, hussars load a cart with sacks of grain and requisition a goat and a sheep in a market place in front of a church, on the right a cuirassier and an ordnance officer talking with town councillors. 70 x 98 cm. In a gilded empire frame, 83 x 113 cm. Pius Ferdinand Messerschmitt studied between 1888 and 1898 at the Munich Art Academy under Benczur, Hackl and Lindenschmit. Hi, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMTWPMG7–“Farewell to Nelson”, Portsmouth, September 14th, 1805. By Andrew Carrick Gow (1848-1920). Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1904, the painting anticipated the first centenary of Nelson’s death. Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, KB (1758-1805). Nelson was most noted for his leadership and strategic skills as well as his unconventional tactics, notably during the Napoleonic Wars.
RMCPM8Y9–Prussian soldier from the time of the Napoleonic Wars 1813 - 1815
RM2B017AC–England: 'Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1758-1805'. Oil on canvas painting by Lemuel Francis Abbott (1760-1802), 1799. Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté, KB (29 September 1758 – 21 October 1805) was an English flag officer famous for his service in the Royal Navy, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars. He was noted for his inspirational leadership and having a superb grasp of strategy and unconventional tactics, which resulted in a number of decisive naval victories. He was wounded several times in combat, losing one arm and the sight in one eye.
RMBM0XWE–Populace of Madrid burning residence of Prime Minister Godoy after Spain's defeat at Trafalgar in the Napoleonic Wars. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJR30PB–Napoleonic Wars,Camp Followers
RFH9BWXY–billeting of soldiers in Bohemia 1861, Napoleonic Wars, historical illustration
RMDWGNER–French Napoleonic cavalry 1815, as deployed at battle of Waterloo, chasseurs, historical re-enactment lances lancers
RM2EA8P3W–Étienne Jacques Joseph Alexandre MacDonald, 1st Duke of Taranto, 1765 – 1840. Marshal of the Empire and military leader during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
RM2C0RKX2–PIERRE CAMBRONNE (1770-1842) French Napoleonic general
RMCW8NH2–Napoleonic Wars, illustrations
RM2C50PF1–Batalla de Vitoria Battle of Vitoria, by Heath & Sutherland, Napoleonic wars. Peninsular war.
RMBG8ME0–Napoleonic Wars. Fightt between french troops and cosacks on the Russian front.
RMEXE41P–Italy Piedmont Monferrato World Heritage, the Citadel -Napoleonic ovens
RMW1GETR–Vive L'Empereur by Jean-Baptiste Édouard Detaille (1848-1912), oil on canvas, 1891. The painting shows a cavalry charge of the 4th Hussars during the Battle of Friedland in the Napoleonic Wars.
RMMR6J3R–Cartoon commenting on the fate of England's sons who lived through service during the Napoleonic wars. Illustrated by Robert Seymour (1798-1836) a British illustrator. Dated 19th century
RMTB3D1J–A French Napoleonic cartridge box and bandolier, Black leather box with gilt trim, gilt star with detailed Napoleonic crest front, red leather interior, black velvet back, gilt bandolier mounts and buckles, white leather bandolier. USA-lot. France, Imperial, French Empire, object, objects, stills, clipping, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, historic, historical 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMRHPNER–Waterloo, 7pm, 18th June 1815. By Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941). The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815 near Waterloo in Belgium. A French army under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated by a British-led army under the command of the Duke of Wellington, and a Prussian army under the command of Field Marshal Blücher. The battle marked the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
RM2DK4280–Napoleonic Cavalry trooper in battle scene on a Robin Gibb making the video for his single release 'Juliet' 03/1983
RFKN5JTT–Napoleonic artillery shooting at La Albuera Battle Reenactment.
RMTRWMWD–Map of Europe after the Peace of Tilsit, Napoleonic Wars, 1807. Color lithograph
RMJR30PC–Napoleonic Wars,Battle of Ebelsberg,1809
RFH9BWWB–Volunteer guardsmen, soldiers, in 1813, Napoleonic Wars, historical illustration
RMDWGNFJ–French Napoleonic foot regiment, soldiers with muskets, 1815, as deployed at the Battle of Waterloo, historical re-enactment
RMJ2D398–Don Federico Carlos Gravina y Nápoli, 1756 - 1806. Spanish Admiral during the American Revolution and Napoleonic Wars who died of wounds sustained during the Battle of Trafalgar. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMWHA3NP–Battle of Vimiero, 21st August 1808. Napoleonic war.
RF2FWPHFH–Lieut. General Sir Thomas Picton, G.C.B. Napoleonic Wars. TALLIS c1855 print
RMHKHA90–NAPOLEONIC CODE CIVILE Frontestpiece of the first 1804 edition
RMTXH43B–Napoleonic Wars. The Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805. The French victory over Austria and Russia led to the Treaty of Presburg, 26 December 1805.
RMM0F1W4–The Battle of Waterloo, June 18th 1815 Depicting Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington. The defeat of the French forces of Napoleon Bonaparte. The last major battle of the Napoleonic wars.
RMEMR3K7–Napoleonic Wars. Cuirassier. French Army. Heavy cavalry. Engraving. 1806.
RMEXE41M–Italy Piedmont Monferrato World Heritage, the Citadel -Napoleonic ovens
RM2H1B9RW–dh Fort doyle VALE GUERNSEY French Napoleonic wars defence World War Two German coastal defences channel island
RMD95M9H–Napoleonic Wars: Battle of Albuera 16 May 1811, Beresford defeats Soult. Sergeant of 18th Hussars (British) takes French officers prisoner. Hand-coloured aquatint after W Heath 1817.
RMTB3CH4–A French Napoleonic cuirass, Metal body with brass hobnails, silver scale straps with gold buckles on front and lion head hinges on back, white leather belly straps, no liner, long tongue red fringed epaulettes, slight pitting and surface rust overall. USA-lot. France, Imperial, French Empire, object, objects, stills, clipping, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, historic, historical 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMHW232G–Portrait of Antoine-Charles-Louis, Comte de Lasalle, 1775 - 1809. French cavalry general during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars,aka 'The Hussar General'. After the painting by Antoine-Jean Gros aka Baron Gros.
RM2DK4285–Napoleonic Cavalry trooper in battle scene on a Robin Gibb making the video for his single release 'Juliet' 03/1983
RFKN5JTH–Napoleonic artillery shooting at La Albuera Battle Reenactment.
RMBM5NXM–French generals during the early Napoleonic Wars, 1799-1800. Hand-colored print
RMJR31D0–The Battle of Ebelsberg, known in French accounts as the Battle of Ebersberg, was fought during the War of the Fifth Coalition, part of the Napoleonic Wars. Separated from the main Austrian army by the battles of Abensberg and Landshut, Feldmarschall-Leutnant Hiller retreated east to Linz with the three left wing corps. The leading elements of Marshal Masséna's corps overran Hiller's rear guard on the west bank of the Traun on the morning of May 3, 1809. In the rout that followed, the first French infantry brigade rushed the 1800 foot long bridge and got into the streets of Ebelsberg. To keep
RMBCF8G4–Napoleonic Stud Farm, Tarbes, Midi Pyrenees, France
RMDWGNGC–French Napoleonic riflemen soldiers firing muskets in battle, 1815, as deployed at Battle of Waterloo, historical re-enactment
RM2GF910B–Nelson is fatally wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805 during the Napoleonic Wars. Horatio Nelson, Lord Nelson, Viscount Nelson, 1758 - 1805. British naval commander. After a 19th century work by Paul Jazet.
RMHA7C7K–Battle of Austerlitz or Battle of 3 Emperors. 2 Decembre 1805. Napoleonic Wars. Engraving. 19th century.
RF2T19EH1–Carte de l'Europe en 1789 & 1813. Napoleonic Europe. LAPIE 1831 old map
RMCXGGDK–JEAN LANNES (1769-1809) Napoleonic Marshal of France, before he dyed his hair blonde
RMRB64XG–Laurent, Marquis de Gouvion Saint-Cyr (1764-1830) French soldier durig the Napoleonic Wars. Created Marshal of France in 1812. After the Restoration he served as a minister under Louis XVIII. Lithograph, Paris, c1840.
RMFJ2HN9–Battle of the Trebbia - June 18, 19, 20 1799 The Battle of Trebbia or the Napoleonic Battle of the Trebbia (17–20 June 1799) was fought near the Trebbia River in northern Italy between the joint Russian and Habsburg Austrian army under Alexander Suvorov and the Republican French army of Jacques MacDonald
RMBG8MDJ–Napoleonic Wars. Enthusiasm of the polish after the arrival of french troops to Warsaw. Engraving.
RMAP8HBG–dh Martello Tower Hackness HOY ORKNEY Canon gun on top of Napoleonic Wars coastal defence building and the battery scotland cannon
RMDYEGYR–Smugglers surprised by revenue men. From the end of the Napoleonic Wars until the late thirties, the authorities had to take strong measures against the smugglers, especially in Kent and Sussex, and fights between the two were not infrequent.
RMTB3CHP–A French Napoleonic cuirass, Metal body with brass hobnails, silver scale straps with gold buckles on front and lion head hinges on back, white leather belly straps, no liner, long tongue red fringed epaulettes, slight pitting and surface rust overall. USA-lot. France, Imperial, French Empire, object, objects, stills, clipping, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, historic, historical 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMBXBY0P–The Hermitage Napoleonic paintings St Petersburg Russia
RMBK3AJP–Re enactment French Napoleonic troops on the Battlefield at Waterloo Belgium
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