Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)
Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)
Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)
Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)
Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)

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Emperor Napoleon I (1769–1821)



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plaque on plinth: Marble Bust of the Emperor Napoleon I / Attributed to Canova / Bequeathed to the Staff College on his death / by / Colonel H. D. DRAKE (Royal Marine Artillery) / (PSC 1889)


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