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December 12, 1806|
|Died||April 27, 1877
|Occupation||Businessman, Property developer|
Marie Blanc (fr)
|Children||Camille Blanc (1847–1927)
Charles Blanc (1848–1872)
Louise Blanc (1854–1911)
Edmond Blanc (fr) (1856–1920)
Marie-Félix Blanc (fr) (1859–1882)
|Relatives||Princess Marie Bonaparte (granddaughter)|
François Blanc (12 December 1806 – 27 July 1877), nicknamed "The Magician of Homburg" and "The Magician of Monte Carlo", was a French entrepreneur and operator of casinos, including the Monte Carlo Casino in Monaco.
- Edwards, Anne (1992). The Grimaldis of Monaco: The Centuries of Scandal - The Years of Grace. William Morrow. ISBN 978-0-688-08837-8.
- Mad for Monaco: The Magician of Monte
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