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Albert-Vincent Baillon

Biography of French clockmaker Albert-Vincent Baillon

Albert-Vincent Baillon was the son of Jean-Baptiste Baillon of Rouen and brother to both d'Etienne and Jean-Baptiste-Denis, and probably father and master to the well-known Jean-Baptiste-Albert Baillon. He is described as 'watchmaker and first valet de chambre of the dauphine Marie-Antoinette'.

Albert-Vincent Baillon is believed to have worked 'a la Belle Image', Place Dauphin, Paris in circa 1700, Master in 1709 and had moved to Rue de la Comedie Francaise by 1748.

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