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Bon Adrien Jannot de Moncey (1754-1842)

Duke of Conegliano

Arms of Bon Adrien Jannot de Moncey (1754-1842)

Born on July 31, 1754 in Palise, Franche-Comté, Eastern France.

Marshal of the First French Empire.

He died on April 20, 1842 in Paris. He was laid to rest  in the Governor's Crypt  of the Cathedral of Saint-Louis.

In 1976, the French Postal Service released a 0.80 Franc stamp bearing the image of Marshal Moncey .

Main portrait

"Marshal Moncey, Duke of Conegliano" by Jacques Luc Barbier-Walbonne (Nîmes 1769 - Passy 1860).

Other portraits

Bon Adrien Jannot de Moncey (1754-1842)
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"Captain Bon-Adrien Jannot de Moncey in 1792" by Pierre Joseph Dedreux-Dorcy (Paris 1789 - Bellevue 1874).
Bon Adrien Jannot de Moncey (1754-1842)
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"Marshal Moncey, Duke of Conegliano". Engraving by Adolphe Forestier (Paris 1801 - Paris 1885).
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