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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.
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.