Brothers Emile + Léon NAGANT Liège Belgium 1859-1931

Nagant

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Fabrique d’armes Émile et Léon Nagant (Nagant)
Former type Private
Industry firearms
Fate Acquired
Founded 1859 in LiègeBelgium
Founder(s) Émile Nagant, Léon Nagant
Defunct 1931
Headquarters LiègeBelgium
Area served Worldwide
Products firearms
Parent Impéria
References: Major contributors to the design of the Mosin-Nagant service rifle by Russia and then by the USSR
1910 Nagant Phaeton

Nagant Phaeton 1910

The firm Fabrique d’armes Émile et Léon Nagant was established in 1859 in LiègeBelgium, to manufacture firearms.

Émile (born 1830) and Léon (born 1833) Nagant were brothers, and probably best known for their important contributions to the design of the Mosin-Nagant Russian service rifle, adopted in 1891. This introduction to the Tsar‘s military administration led to the adoption, in 1895, of the Nagant M1895 revolver as their standard-issue sidearm. By this time, Émile’s progressive blindness had led to his withdrawal from the firm which had been renamed “L. Nagant & Cie, Liège.”

1900 Nagant-Gobron 14-15 CV Type C Victoria fl3q1900 Nagant-Gobron 14-15 CV Type C Victoria fl3q

Car manufacture

Later, the firm moved to the manufacture of automobiles; Nagant made cars under licence of the French firm Rochet-Schneider. Nagant cars were made from 1900 to 1927 or 1928. The firm was taken over by Impéria in 1931.

1907 Nagant Monte Carlo 1907 Nagant 1907 nagant_1907

1907 Nagant Monte Carlo

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1909 Nagant Type D 14slash16-HP

1910 Nagant b1910 Nagant

1914 Rochet-Schneider

1914 Rochet-Schneider

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1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles a
1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles c

1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles b1

1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles b2 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles d 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles e1 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles e2 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles f1 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles f2 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles g1 1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles g2

1921 Autosalon de Bruxelles 1921 nagant sport 21 1923 Nagant 1932 Imperia 7 25hp 4cyl 1900cc Nagant with D'leteren bodywork is a sports tourer 1933 Minerva 6 cyl. — Schaerbeek Fire Brigade imperia-fabriek Logo Nagant Nagant nagant_logo oldtimer-nagant-liege

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 1931 FN T32 België

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003 1932 FN 8cylinder bus België

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1932 FN T32 Tule 425 liege 425 (Sandoft Museum UK)

005 1932 FN T32 Tule 432

006 1932 T32 Tule 432 Trolleybus in Luik(Liege)

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1933 1966 FN – CEB T.32 Liege België J-G Godeaux

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1933 FN T32 Trolley bus Antwerpen 31

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1934 FN409België

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1937 FN 437 België

012 1938 FN – ACEC Trolleybus 45 T36 Tule 435

013 1938 FN Trolleybus België

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1939 FN494België

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1939-1969 FN – CEB T.38 Liege B J Braive

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1932 FN425 interieur België

017 1932 FN425 Sandtoft UK

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1949  FN T49 België

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1949-1957 FN – ACEC T.49 Liege B J-G Godeaux

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1954 FN 540 België John Law

021 1954  FN546 België

022 1954-1971 FN – ACEC  T54 Liege België ACP

023 FN T54 Trolleybus zoals ze tot 1971 door Antwerpen reden P Escoyez

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1959 FN – carrosserie Stoelen België

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