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"...known at the time as the "couturier du cycle", produced very few bikes, he had just one worker in small shop near the Champs Elysées, only made bikes for a short period post war to c.1952, and sold to confidential clientele of celebrities, film stars, etc."

"I don't know the exact number of bikes produced, but I would guess a couple of hundred at the very most, and if you consider the top of the line models, far less, so a minuscule production compared to Herse or Singer."

"His best bikes... are in the absolute top class of French constructeur bikes."  A. March

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Updated 4.21.201
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Camille Daudon (L) He is with his brother-in-law, G.Luez, who rode for the club sponsored by Daudon.
Photo courtesy S. Rebour.
With thanks to t The Golden Age of the Handbuilt Bicycles by Jan Heine & Jean-Pierre Praderes , Vintage Bicycle Press, Seattle