Durand & Cie.

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Durand & Cie.

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1869-2000

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This is a publishing firm founded on December 30, 1869 by Auguste Durand and Schoenewerk, the latter of which withdrew from the business in 1891. Durand's son Jacques took over the company in 1909 with his cousin Gaston Choisnel. They purchased Amphion and Max Eschig in 1987, and the entire company was sold to BMG and merged with Salabert in 2000.

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