NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, Emperor of France, manuscript note dated 28th October 1810 boldly signed "Napoleon" with a vigorous flourish, and noted "accordé" (accepted), also in the Emperor's own hand.
Purchased from a respected document dealer in Paris. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE to pass any reputable third-party authentication service (PSA/DNA, JSA, Beckett) -- or your money back!
For your added pre-purchase assurance, document includes original PSA/DNA QuickOpinion Result Letter, "LIKELY GENUINE".
Duke de Feltre's report indicates that during a battle in 1809 near Bayreuth, a detachment from the 9th battalion lost some documents as well as a certain amount of money. The Ministry asks the Emperor if he accepts to compensate for this loss, to which the Emperor responds, "accordé" (accepted) and signs boldly.
Beautiful document in-folio, previously mounted by corners to heavyweight board stock. Document has some discoloration consistent with age and display; minor paper loss to left margin, as shown. Otherwise in fine condition overall. Signature is dramatic, bold and clear.
GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest investment-quality, authentically-signed Napoleon documents currently available on the market!
Own a remarkable, original piece of history! The perfect gift for the collector, autograph enthusiast, Francophole or History buff. A must have addition to the Executive Office, den, or "Man Cave".
Sold as is, as shown.
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