IMPERATRICE MARIE-LOUISE (1791-1847) : Piece... - Lot 121 - Vermot et Associés

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IMPERATRICE MARIE-LOUISE (1791-1847) : Piece... - Lot 121 - Vermot et Associés
IMPERATRICE MARIE-LOUISE (1791-1847) : Piece signed by his hand (initials) with the autograph words "Vu Bon" on slip (1 p in-4) autograph signed by Louis-François BAUSSET (1770-1835), Baron of Empire, close to Napoleon of whom he was from 1805 to the End of the Empire the Prefect of the Palace, he followed Marie-Louise to Vienna at the fall of Napoleon; "Change one hundred and fifty gold Napoleons (3000 francs) into Austrian notes at the rate of 23 florin per Napoleon, making a total of three thousand four hundred and fifty florins", Marie-Louise agreed to this financial transaction, this document is dated March 1, 1815, Marie-Louise is at Schönbrunn, and it is on this very day that Napoleon disembarked at Golfe-Juan. It is said that Marie-Louise was always at this time in the uncertainty of the fate of Napoleon and that it is only on March 8 that she will learn the arrival in France of Napoleon
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