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Sautter, Lemonnier and Co

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1872 Gramme-type 50V, 10A dynamo with triple armature, on display at the Danish Museum of Science and Technology
1881. Portable Electric Light Plant for French Military Service.
1881. Traction Engine Fitted with the Electric Light For French Military Service
1889. Duplex dynamo and engine.
1889.

of 26 Avenue de Suffren, Paris

Makers of electrical machinery, lighthouses, lightouse lamps and lenses, dynamos, steam engines, air compressors, etc.

Made sirens for ships and lighthouses.[1]

Established by Louis Sautter (1825-1912) and Paul Lemonnier. In 1883 their bisinees became the Société Sautter, Lemonnier et Cie. Sautter's son Gaston joined Emile Harlé in a business initially named Anciens Établissements Sautter Harlé, and then Sautter, Harlé et Cie. En 1956, they became the Société de Constructions Électriques Bréguet-Sautter-Harlé, before being taken over by the société F.-Béghin in 1963, which became Béghin-Say in 1973.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 'Lost Sounds' by Alan Renton, Whittles Publishing, 2001
  2. [1] France Archives website: Sautter, Lemonnier et Cie, puis "Sautter, Harlé et Cie", "anciens établissements Sautter-Harlé" et "Société Harlé et Cie transformée"