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Napoleon's Sword. Manufactured by Martins Biennais, 1809

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Napoleon’s Ceremonial Sword, made by Martin-Guillaume Biennais in 1809, was worn by the emperor only during official occasions. It was captured from Napoleon’s traveling coach after the Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon Bonaparte was in reality a very small man, and this replica of his sword by Denix, which is accurately sized, illustrates this fact.

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Napoleon’s Ceremonial Sword, made by Martin-Guillaume Biennais in 1809, was worn by the emperor only during official occasions. It was captured from Napoleon’s traveling coach after the Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon Bonaparte was in reality a very small man, and this replica of his sword by Denix, which is accurately sized, illustrates this fact.

88 cm. / 35''

1020 gr. / 2.25 lb