You are feasting your eyes on a Gosset Underhammer Percussion Dueling Pistol.They were made by none other than the revered Parisian gunsmith Louis-Marin Gosset sometime between the years 1820 - 1825. Gosset worked from 1793 - 1813 as an assistant to Nicholas-Noël Boutet, who was the armorer to the Crown, "arquebusier ordinair du Roi" for Louis XVI, and also made weapons for Napoleon I.
This is the start of a beautiful union by Kazekamichan. In 1813 Sweden joined the coalition against Napoleon on the premise that he could have Norway, who at the time was under Denmark. Sweden had just lost Finland to Russia (as well as the baltic states in previous wars), so i think he's after some compensation. Meanwhile, Norway wants independence.
Portrait of Jérôme Bonaparte by François Gérard (1770–1837) - Jérôme-Napoléon Bonaparte (1784 – 1860) was the youngest brother of Napoleon I and as Jerome I, King of Westphalia between 1807 and 1813. After 1848, when his nephew, Louis Napoleon, became President of the second French Republic, he served in several official roles, being created first Prince (and Count) of Montfort.
Jean Baptiste Bessieres As a commander, especially of cavalry, Bessières left a reputation excelled by very few of Napoleon's marshals, and his dauntless courage and cool judgement made him a safe leader in independent command. He was personally beloved to an extraordinary extent amongst his soldiers, and respected amongst his opponents. Napoleon once said that he could have won at Waterloo if Bessières had been there.