Van der Elst Fils & Cie

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1862 * - 1864 / Bruxelles, Impasse des Minimes, 19 bis
Successor: Charlier & Dortu
Chemicals for photography. Isidore "Vanderelst" (┬░ The Hague [NL], 14.6.1833) was registered as an industrialist at this address from 22.5.1862 to 28.5.1864. At the beginning of May 1864 a fire broke out at this address, supposedly caused by an exploding bottle of colledion. At the time, two manufacturers of chemical and photographic products were reportedly living at this address, namely Gustave Charlier (see that name) and Isidore Van der Elst (L'Ind├ępendance Belge, 6.5.1864). Charlier had arrived here on 5.2.1864 and was recorded as an engineer. It appears that the two men briefly cooperated here before Charlier succeeded Van der Elst with his new business partner Guillaume Dortu. In the 1876 Brussels population register, Van der Elst's profession was given as engineer. He moved to Brussels - Watermael-Boitsfort on 19.9.1891.

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1862 * - 1864 / Bruxelles, Impasse des Minimes, 19 bis

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DIRECTORY_2017#2430

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SFJ / MD new 25.6.2022; MD revised 27.10.2022

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