The fourth hoof from Napoleon’s war horse Marengo mounted as a table snuff-box: together with a lock of the horse’s hair. Conditional Exemption from Inheritance Tax negotiated on behalf of the owners, who were descended from Marengo’s original purchaser following Napoleon’s exile to St. Helena in 1815. Now on loan to the Household Cavalry Museum, London.

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