Lot 974: Marshals Of Napoleon



2015-09-16 14:11:55

Lot 974: Marshals Of Napoleon: Selection Of Three Ls.S., And One A.L.S., By Various Marshals Of France, Comprising Jean-Baptiste Bessieres (1768-1813) Marshal Of France, Duc D' Istria. L.S., Le Ml Duc D'Istrie, One Page, 4To, Valladolid, 1St April 1811, To General Thiebauld, In French. Bessieres Authorizes His Correspondent'S Request About Getting Fodder Supply From Ciudad Rodrigo. The Letter Has An Attractive Watermark Featuring An Image Of A Crowned Eagle; Nicolas Jean De Dieu Soult (1769-1851) Marshal Of France, Duc De Dalmatie. L.S., Mrl Duc De Dalmatie, One Page, Folio, Paris, 7Th August 1843, To Second Lieutenant Margnin, In French. Soult, In His Capacity As Minister Of War, Informs His Correspondant That The King Has Awarded Him For His Services With The Sum Of 150 Francs. With Blank Integral Leaf. Edges Trimmed And With Some Areas Of Paper Loss To The Borders, Not Affecting The Text Or Signature. Auguste Marmont (1767-1847) Marshal Of France. Duc De Raguse. A.L.S., Le Ml Duc De Raguse, One Page, 8Vo, N.P., N.D.(Monday), To A Lady, In French. Marmont In His Usual Very Small Writing Sends Some Documents Requested. Folded; Bon Adrien Jeannot De Moncey (1754-1842) Marshal Of France, Duc De Conegliano. A Prominent Soldier In The French Revolutionary And Napoleonic Wars. L.S., Le M.Al Moncey, Two Pages, 4To, La Vaivre, 23Rd December 1833, To General Odiot, In French. Moncey Writes To His Comrade Correspondent, To Naples, And Refers To His Meeting At The Tuileries With A Young Lady Who Reported To Him About Odiot'S Travel Through Milan, Rome And Naples. With A Paper Seal Affixed To The Integral Address Leaf, And A Small Loss Of Paper Corresponding To The Opening Of The Seal, Not Affecting Text Or Signature G, 4. Ciudad Rodrigo Is A Spanish Cathedral Small City Near Salamanca. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £200-300
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