Neicla & Cie

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1882 * - 1883 / Anvers, Longue Rue d'Herenthals, 103
Photolithography. Sometimes transcribed "Niecla". A short-lived company founded by Jules Claine, known by his acronym of Neicla (° Essarts-le-Vicomte [Marne, F], 30.9.1856; + Paris [F], 1933) in partnership with Louis Bogaerts (see that name) and a certain Alphonse De Decker. Partnership registered on 20.11.1882. Claine / Neicla arrived at this address from Brussels - Saint-Josse on 26.1.1883. Following failure to supply an order to the publishers Bruylant - Christophe & Cie in Brussels, the partnership was dissolved on 3.4.1883 and the company was liquidated on 5.7.1883. Claine / Neicla moved out of the premises on 23.4.1883 and departed for Brussels on 10.7.1883.
Jules Claine went on to have a career as a diplomat, explorer and amateur photographer, mainly in South America and the Far East, from 1889 onwards. His final posting was in Helsinki [FI], 1909-1914. Member of the "Société d'anthropologie de Paris". A collection of his negatives is kept in the "Société de géographie de Paris".

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1882 * - 1883 / Anvers, Longue Rue d'Herenthals, 103

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DIRECTORY_1997#5329

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 8.9.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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