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British Bariquand and Marre Engine Co

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June 1909.
November 1909.
July 1910.

The British arm of a French Company, Bariquand and Marre, which manufactured among other things sewing machines.

Founded in 1834 by Jules Bariquand and his son Emile

Late 19th century, a collaboration was undertaken with Charles Marre and the company became Bariquand and Marre

1904 Charles Marre took charge of the business after the death of Emile Bariquand; the company became the largest French-machine tool company.

WWI Making war supplies, parts for rifles and rockets, as well as mowers, carburettors, aircraft, machine tools.

British Activity

1907. Selling Nordenfeldt cars

1909 Offered Frankonia mudguards.

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