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|French companies ( )|
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Manufrance was a French distributor, full name was Manufacture d'Armes et de Cycles de Saint-Étienne. They sold cameras by mail order from 1905 to 1980. Some of the cameras they offered were advertised under the Manufrance or Luminor brands; it is not sure that all were effectively sold with such markings.
Cameras advertised with Manufrance or Luminor names:
- Le Manufrance du collectionneur, Titre VI, La Photo, Ed. du Pécari
on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand (with permission of Manufrance)