Napoleon bonaparte document / letter signed patent cavalry officer 1803. Document of 21prairial an xi (June 10, 1803) \"Department of War\", beautiful vignette of roger, seal, large in folio (42 x 29 cm), signed \"Bonaparte\" (secretary) and by Marshal Alexandre Berthier, as minister of war.Patent of a cavalry officer promoted chief of descadron in favor of the citizen duchez joseph, 17. Document with paper reinforcement on the back.
Beautiful document with detail of services, campaigns, actions and injuries. And where one can also observe the strong military promotion during the wars of the revolution and the empire. \"on behalf of the French people. Chief's certificate for the duchez citizen. Marshal of the houses in 1784.
Chief Marshal of the Lodges in 1789. Captain in Lan ii (same year - 1793). Chief descadron on the same day, 1793.
Did the campaigns of 192, 1793 years 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, the 9. The 6 fructidor an 4a loaded four times with the regiment he commanded. The 17th of that month in Vierzburg charged at the head of said regiment at 7 o'clock in the evening, took over two pieces of cannon. Bonaparte, the first consul of the republic with confidence in the value and fidelity of the citizen duchez appointed him to the rank of chief of the descadron in said regiment, accordingly to all officers to have the citizen duchez recognized and received in this capacity.
Given to holy cloud, the 21 prairial de lan eleven of the republic. The Minister of Berthary War.\" Colonel in 1778, he moved to the National Guard and then served as chief of staff under various generals, the most notable being Napoleon Bonaparte. Under the consulate, he received the portfolio of the Ministry of War, which he kept until 1807. When the imperial regime was established in 1804, Napoleon elevated him to the dignity of marshal of the empire and then the sovereign prince of Neuchâtel and Valangin in 1806.
As major general of the great army, Berthier participated in all the campaigns of the empire. His death shortly before the Battle of Waterloo affected Napoleon, who said of him: \"No one else could have replaced him. Good general condition sending by registered mail. The item \"Napoleon Bonaparte document / letter signed patent officer cavalry 1803\" is on sale since Saturday, April 10, 2021. It is in the category \"collections-letters, old papers-autographs-historical personalities\".
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