Napoleon Bonaparte's hat is up for auction
A hat belonging to Napoleon Bonaparte when he ruled the French empire in the 19th century will go up for auction in Paris on Sunday.
The black double-ribbed beaver hat is estimated at between €600,000 and €800,000.
He owned around 120 hats, with only 20 thought to still remain.
The hat is being sold along with other Napoleon memorabilia collected by an industrialist who died last year.