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A hat worn by Napoleon sold for $2.1 million at an auction of the French emperor's belongings

  • A hat belonging to Napoleon Bonaparte sold for a record-breaking €1.932 million at a French auction, surpassing the previous record of €1.884 million.
  • The auction also featured other Napoleonic memorabilia such as a silver plate looted from Napoleon's carriage and a wooden vanity case.
  • The identity of the winning bidder, who must pay 28.8% in commissions, remains unknown. The sale coincided with the release of Ridley Scott's film "Napoleon" starring Joaquin Phoenix.
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