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Henri Deckert appeared on the automobile scene in 1897 but little is known about him
Deckert is a former French manufacturer of automobiles and worked in Paris from 1901-1906.
Henri Deckert began in 1901 with the construction of automobiles. There was the single cylinder model 6 CV, the two-cylinder models 12 CV and 16 CV, and the four-cylinder Model 20 CV. The vehicles were used for racing.
1906 Production ended.