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A Trio of Napoleonic Medals, 1810-14
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A Trio of Napoleonic Medals, 1810-14

Measurements: Diameter of each meadal: 4cm (1.5in)

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Lacquered bronze.

Landing of Louis XVIII at Calais (1814). Andrieu’s portrait of Louis XVIII celebrating the King’s arrival in France at his first restoration.

Napoleon and Marie Louise of Austria (1810). Obverse, Andrieu’s double portrait obverse. Reverse, portrait of the King of Rome.

Retreat from Russia (1812). Andrieu’s depiction of Boreas with his bag of wind blowing destruction and death on a soldier, as an explanation of the unusually severe Russian winter as the cause Napoleon’s misfortune.
 

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