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Albert Gilles (1895-1979) was a French coppersmith.
Gilles' clientele included Walt Disney, Pope Pius XII, and numerous churches across North America. His family carries on his work today, and they have a museum in Château-Richer near Quebec City, which showcases Gilles' and the family's works. Albert Gilles was also one of the main designers who helped design and repair the copper roofing of the Chateau Frontenac. He opened up his own business in Beaupre, Quebec located at 7450, boul. Sainte-Anne, Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
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