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ROLAND NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. Signature: "June 11-88/R. Napoléon Bonaparte", 6¾x1¼ slip. Roland Napoleon Bonaparte (1858-1924), the grandson and last male survivor of Lucien Bonaparte, the Emperor Napoleon's younger brother, was born and died in Paris. An officer in the French officer until 1886, when France forbade members of previous royal families from serving in uniform, he became a distinguished botanist. He was the father of Marie Bonaparte, a Greek princess by marriage and French psychoanalyst, who was cured of frigidity by Freud and moved on to multiple affairs with prominent men. It was to her that Freud asked his famous question, "What does a woman want?" Irregularly trimmed on left edge. Unevenly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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Died: Circa 1924

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