DeMaria-Lapierre

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DeMaria-Lapierre was a French camera maker that made some folding cameras since the 1930s, the most notable being the 6×9 coupled-rangefinder Telka III. Predecessor of the company was Demaria Frères, which was merged with Mollier to form DeMaria-Lapierre & Mollier shortly before 1930.

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