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Feuardent Frères

Feuardent Frères was a Parisian dealer in ancient coins, gems, and antiquities. Félix Bienaimé Feuardent (1819–1907) had been a partner in the French antiquities dealership and auction house Rollin & Feuardent. The company had been founded by Claude Camille Rollin (1813–1883); after the death of Rollin, the company continued under the direction of Feuardent, initially in partnership with his brother, Gaston Feuardent (1843–1893), and operated under the name of Feuardent Frères at 4, rue de Louvois, Paris, until about 1953.

 

Warren R. Dawson and Eric P. Uphill, Who Was Who in Egyptology: A Biographical Index of Egyptologists; Of Travellers, Explorers, and Excavators in Egypt; Of Collectors of and Dealers in Egyptian Antiquities; Of Consuls, Officials, Authors, and Others Whose Names Occur in the Literature of Egyptology, from the Year 1700 to the Present Day, But Excluding Persons Now Living (London: Egypt Exploration Society, 1972), 250.

 
Associated Artworks: BZ.1936.17