Émile Deyrolle

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Émile Deyrolles

Émile Deyrolle (1838–1917) was a French naturalist and natural history dealer. in Paris. The business was originally owned by his naturalist grandfather, Jean-Baptiste Deyrolle who opened his shop in 1831 at 23, Rue de la Monnaie. Émile’s father Achille Deyrolle ran the business for many years. Émile took over in 1866. The address from 1881 (and now) was (and is) 46, rue du Bac, the former home of Jacques Samuel Bernhart. Deyrolle specialized in natural history publications and specimens taxidermy, minerals, rocks, fossils, botanical specimens, shells, taxidermy, microscopic specimens and microscopes.

Deyrolle, 46 Rue du Bac

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  • Jacques-Marie-Frangile Bigot 1868 Guide de l'amateur d'insectes : comprenant les généralités sur leur division en ordres, l'indication des utensiles et les meilleurs procédés pour leur faire la chasse, les époques et les conditions Société entomologique de France.Edition: 3e éd., rev., cor. et augm. Paris :chez Deyrolle Full text online here Addenda includes price lists of equipment and books supplied by Deyrolles et fils

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