Inside the chamber pot there is a hand painted bust of Napoleon
These pots were produced so that the British people could relieve themselves on the unpopular general, and to let the ‘Little French Corporal perish’.
As well as the hand painted bust of Emperor Napoleon himself inside, the Georgian twin-handled chamber pot has a diameter of 10.5 inches and features hand painted ochre leaves on the outside.
The pearlware pots came into production in 1805, around the time of the Battle of Trafalgar. This was when the British defeated Napoleon, but he then went on to invade countries across Europe before being forced to abdicate.
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We look forward to seeing what this item sells for in our auction
The pots allowed the British public to demonstrate their patriotism in the most uncouth way.
Inside the pot the words ‘Petreat’ can be seen, which translates to ‘let him perish in Latin.
Some 200 years after the very rare pot’s production it has now appeared in auction. It is believed to sell for a astonishing £2,000
Inside the pot the words 'Petreat' is inscribed
Chris Elmy, specialist at Ipswich-based Lockdales which is auctioning off the chamber pot, said about it: "This dates from the time of the Napoleonic Wars, 1803 to 1815, and is an amusing piece of anti-Napoleon propaganda.
"Napoleon Bonaparte was the emperor of France, who effectively tried to 'take over the world' in the early part of the 19th century.
Mr Elmy added: ”He succeeded in conquering much of continental Europe before he was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815, and held prisoner in exile on the island of St Helena until his death in 1821.
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The chamber pot came to the auction from a private collector.
Mr Elmy said: ”We look forward to seeing what this item sells for in our auction as the previous example sold in 2013 fetched a very high price ($10,000).
" Napoleon was enemy number one in Britain as he sought to establish a European empire under his military dictatorship.
Napoleon died in 1821
In June 1815, Napoleon was finally defeated at the Battle of Waterloo and was exiled to St Helena where he died in 1821.
The auction is set to take place in Ipswich on February 16.
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