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Napoleonic Flintlock Rifle

#803560
This non firing replica of a Napoleonic Flintlock Rifle has a highly sculpted wooden stock with intricate cast metal accents. Moving parts and a trigger that pulls.
$134.95

Napoleonic Double Barrel Flintlock

#804234
Replica of the 1806 Gribeauval is hand-carved, real wood stock and solid, cast metal parts. This massive double barrel flintlock is a must for collectors.
$89.95

French Napoleonic Infantry Artillery Short Sword / Glaive

#501864
New! This sword has a sharpened, darkened 1075 high carbon steel blade with an extra-wide tang. Includes a leather scabbard with brass throat and chape. Overall 25 inches.
$279.95

French Napoleonic ANXI Hussar’s Sword

#501865
New! This sword has a sharpened, darkened 1075 high carbon steel blade with an extra-wide tang. Includes a steel scabbard. Overall 40 inches.
$379.95

French Napoleonic 1801 Cuirassier Sword

#501866
New! This sword has a sharpened, darkened 1075 high carbon steel blade with an extra-wide tang. Includes a steel scabbard. Overall 43 inches.
$394.95

French Napoleonic Briquet Short Sword

#501867
New! This sword has a sharpened, darkened 1075 high carbon steel blade with an extra-wide tang. Includes a leather scabbard with brass throat and chape. Overall 27 inches.
$249.95

Napoleon Bonaparte Statue

#805405
This cold-cast bronze statue is taken from the famous painting "Bonaparte Crossing the Great St. Bernard Pass". It depicts Napoleon astride a rearing horse, his gloveless hand pointing to the unseen summit.
$92.95

Napoleonic 1st Regiment Grenadier Flag

#750026
This Napoleonic 1st Regiment Grenadier Flag is an exacting replica that would have flown over many victories. This high-quality replica flag is double-sided on heavyweight cotton with a pole sleeve and fringe on three sides.
$49.95

The Napoleonic era was relatively short, starting in 1799 and ending in 1815 with the Battle of Waterloo.

Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769.  He was serving in the army when the French Revolution started in 1789 and quickly rose to general. In 1799, he led a coup d'état, seizing power and establishing the French Consulate. In 1804 he declared himself Emperor and set out to conquer Europe.

Over the next ten years, his armies acquired control of most of continental Europe by conquest or alliance. The ill-fated invasion of Russia in 1812 was a turning point. Napoleon abdicated the throne in 1814 and was sent to exile on the island of Elba. The next year, he escaped from Elba and briefly returned to power. This was known as the Hundred Days Campaign, which ended with Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815. He was then exiled to the remote island of St. Helena in the South Atlantic, where he died in 1821. He was 51 years old.


Top Customer Reviews

Review of: French Napoleonic 1801 Cuirassier Sword

Wow!  To say I am very impressed with my French Napoleonic 1801 Cuirassier Sword is an understatement to say the least.  When you pull this sword out of its scabbard, you immediately know you are holding a very heavy, high quality crafted sword in every way.  It's length, weight and craftsmanship is incredible ... and it is extremely sharp!  You can't help but imagine the fear that must have gripped the British squares at Waterloo when the French Cuirassier heavy cavalry came thundering towards them with these awesome thrusting weapons.  Couldn't be more happier.  Kudos to Windlass Steelcrafts!
Reviewed by: Lance, January 24, 2024

Review of: French Napoleonic 1801 Cuirassier Sword

This sword is the real deal! It’s solid and heavy and one can easily see how the French Cuirassier was such a powerful force on the battlefield. I love it!
Reviewed by: Robert, January 04, 2024