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of Soho Square, London, and of Paris, maker of cameras, plates and papers and general photographic requirements.
1840s Auguste Marion established the company in London and Paris.
1888 Exhibitor at the Photographic Exhibition at the Crystal Palace. 
1888 Description of their works in The Engineer. Partners in the London House included Mr. George Bishop, Mr. Frank Bishop, and Mr. John P. Kirk
1889 Exhibits at the Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition. 
1889 Participated in a meeting to form a Photographic Trades Section of the London Chamber of Commerce
1914 Marion and Co: Manufacturers of photographic dry plates and papers. Specialities: photographic dry plates, papers and mounts, photo apparatus, photo publishing, photogravures, views, post cards etc. 
Bishop became joint managing director.
1929 APeM subsequently became part of Ilford