Lucien Bonaparte Signed Letter, Fully Documented by Three Sources

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Lucien Bonaparte Signed Letter, Fully Documented by Three Sources

Lucien BonapartePrince Français, 1st Prince of Canino and Musignano (born Luciano Buonaparte; 21 May 1775 – 29 June 1840), was a French statesman, who served as the final President of the Council of Five Hundred at the end of the French Revolution. Lucien was the younger brother of Napoleon (1775–1840) who served in various official capacities.

Description: Authored Letter Signed in French, one page, 4.25 x 7, no date but circa 1835. In full (translated): “The Prince of Canino makes his compliments to Mr. Editor of the Court-Journal and begs him to accept a copy of his response to the Tribune on the eighteenth Brumaire.” In fine condition. In 1835, Bonaparte published Résponse de Lucien Bonaparte Prince de Canino aux Mémoires du Général Lamarque, for which an advertisement appeared in an April 25, 1835, issue of the Court Journal. The eighteenth Brumaire was the coup d’etat by which Napoleon overthrew the French Directory in 1799.

Condition: In fine condition.

Documentation: This item is fully documented by Three sources. First, the item will come with a Certificate of Authenticity from Lion Heart Autographs. Second you get a Certificate of Authenticity from the famous RR Auction where item was purchased by us originally. Third you will also get a Certificate from Reel Art. You will also get a copy of the invoice from RR Auction a to further prove authenticity.

The item described is guaranteed to be of the time period and condition as described, has been exported legally and is legal to buy and sell under all international laws relating to cultural patrimony.