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March 10, 1812 – Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte Signed Letter 15×23 Display – JSA Full LOA

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Presented is an incredible piece of history. In simple terms, it is a letter from a father to a son. However, the principle player involved namely Napoleon Boneparte the French Emperor is historically famous.

Eugene Rose de Beauharnais was the adopted son of Napoleon I. He is one of the most notable of Napoleon’s relatives and this letter was written to him.

In translation from French it reads:

To Prince Eugene, Viceroy of Italy.

My Son: I received your letter of the 4th of March. It is troublesome that in a simple letter from Aldini you have allowed the introduction of colonial goods coming from Germany (i.e. Prussia). A decree is necessary to authorize such violations of the continental system. It is not the hindrance of the circulation of goods that you did badly, but rather in authorizing their entry in a simple letter.

Your affectionate father

Nap

Paris, 10 March 1812.

The handwritten portion with the details was not penned in the hand of Bonaparte rather only the signature. The overall display measures 15×23 with the letter portion 7-1/4″ x 9-1/4″.

Authentication: JSA Full Letter.

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