De Coninck, Emile (& Cie)

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Person (Male)

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  • Connected

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Life dates

Ghent, 1845 - ?, ?

Activity

1897 * - 1908 / Gand, Maison aux Anguilles, 126-130<00-02> or 162<02-08>
Predecessor: Guéquier V. & Cie
° 4.9.1845. Manufacturer of "Aurore" brand plates. Steam-powered factory and offices at this address. Ed. Beernaert's brother-in-law and former manager of Beernaert Dry Plate Co. (see that name). He resigned in 1897 in order to take control of Guéquier & Cie. Patent [E. De Coninck] of 15.6.1894 for "the manufacture of coloured photographic plates". Théophile Broothaerts (see that name) was his Brussels agent in 1907. Left for Hasselt on 7.12.1908.

Locations

1897 * - 1908 / Gand, Maison aux Anguilles, 126-130<00-02> or 162<02-08>

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Brussels, 1897 (sa); Paris, 1900; London, 1902.

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#1069

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 11.10.2017 & 5.6.2019

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