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Napoleon and Talleyrand Playing Chess Postcard

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The Emperor Napoleon was a keen chess player, though most reliable accounts indicate he was not very good. Here he is playing chess with his minister Prince Talleyrand, the great diplomat who had once served as Bishop of Autun. In 1809 Napoleon invaded Rome and captured the Pope, imprisoning him at Savona and later at Fontainebleau.

This design was made by Josh Provan, a history blogger and author who runs the Adventures in Historyland blog. Check out other products featuring Josh's designs here.


• 300 GSM
• Paper thickness: 0.13″ (0.34 mm)
• Laminated feel
• White matte back with a small QR code or a bar code
• Only available at Napoleonic Impressions.


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Napoleon and Talleyrand Playing Chess Postcard - Napoleonic Impressions
Napoleon and Talleyrand Playing Chess Postcard

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