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Givaudan was an assembly firm that produced motorcycles between 1908 and 1914.
The company constructed motorcycles by combining such engines as Blumfield, Precision or Villiers with frames built up using BSA or Chater-Lea lugs. With the addition of gearing, various other fittings and a transfer, another marque was produced.
By being able to move with the times, not over stock or over produce, Givaudan were able to survive longer than many other firms of the era.