File:Detail from a painting of Napoleon.jpg

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Joseph Chabord (1786-1848)
English: Napoleon in a bicorne hat.
detail from Napoléon à la bataille de Wagram Museo Napoleonico, Palazzo Primoli, Rome.
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  • 2004-03-01 01:53 Fabiform 186×188× (9185 bytes) Napoleon in a bicorne [[hat]].

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