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Product images of The grand triumphal entry of the Chief Consul into London
Product details The grand triumphal entry of the Chief Consul into London
The grand triumphal entry of the Chief Consul into London
'The grand triumphal entry of the Chief Consul into London', 1803. Napoleon Bonaparte is mounted backwards on a white horse, which is led by two London Volunteers, one of whom bears a staff, surmounted by Bonaparte's hat, with the Union flag over the tricolour. Mounted volunteers follow and citizens cheer. Bank of England Buildings are shown in the background.
- Image ref: 1239741
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)