|E.Mazo Chambre 13x18, field & studio camera|
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E. Mazo (Elie Xavier Mazo) was a camera maker in Paris, around the turn of the 20th century. The company was located at 8 Boulevard de Magenta, close to the Place de la Répubique in the 10th arondissement.
Mazo filed a number of patents, mostly in relation to the design of projectors. Most of these were in partnership with Auguste Jean-Baptiste Tauleigne, a parish priest in Poligny, about 180 km south-east of Paris. A few of Tauleigne's patents from the 1920s were filed jointly with Mazo's son Gaston.
- Colonial Cyclist
- Field & Studiokamera
- Grapho Stereo-Chrome
- Jumelle Junior
- Jumelle Stereo-Mazo
- Pochette Chasseur
- Stereo Reisekamera
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