Bicorne, a two-cornered hat popularized by Napoleon. It could be worn fore and aft, facing diagonally, or sideways. The bicorne replaced the older tricorne as military headdress for officers around 1790, and remained in service until the beginning of the 20th century. The bicorne for other ranks was superceded by the more practical shako and cavalry helmet.
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