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Early-19th-century hand-colored print that compares the peace-making efforts of Napoleon Bonaparte and Frederick the Great to Sesostris and Caesar. Published by Dopter in Paris between 1830-1850. Napoleon saw the Prussian king as the greatest tactical genius of all time and after Napoleon's victory in 1807, he visited Frederick's tomb in Potsdam and remarked to his officers, "Gentlemen, if this man were still alive I would not be here." Displayed in brown wood frame.
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N.P. Trent Antiques has been a sought-after resource for New York and Florida collectors and design professionals for more than a quarter of a century. Located in Hudson, NY, the showroom specializes in period English and continental furniture, art, and decorative accessories.
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- lithograph on paper/glass/wood
- 16" L x 3" W x 12" H