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Boudet, Antoine, 1715?-1787

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  • Fuller Name

    • Antoine-Chrétien
  • Variants

    • Boudet, Antoine-Chrétien, 1715?-1787
    • Boudet, A. (Antoine), 1715?-1787
    • Boudet, Ant. (Antoine), 1715?-1787
    • Boudet, Antonius, 1715?-1787
    • Boudet, A.-C. (Antoine-Chrétien), 1715?-1787
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    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation Address: rue S. Jacques, à la Bible d'or , Paris
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        • City: Paris
    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation Address: rue Saint Jacques vis-ả-vis celle du Plâtre , Paris
        • Affiliation Address:
        • City: Paris
    • Descriptor

        imprimeur ordinaire du roi
    • Associated Locale

    • Birth Place

        Lyon (France)
    • Associated Locale

        Essonnes (France)
    • Birth Place

        Paris (France)
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    • Sources

      • found: Supplement au grand dictionaire historique, genealogique, geographique, &c. de M. Louis Moreri, 1735:t.p. (Antoine Boudet, rue S. Jacques, à la Bible d'Or [Paris])
      • found: Repertoire d'imprimeurs/libraires, 1988:pages 9-10 (Boudet, Antoine-Chrétien, 1715?-1787, Paris; variants of name: Antoine; son of Lyon bookseller Antoine Boudet)
      • found: OCLC, Jan. 22, 2003(hdg.: Boudet, Antoine; usage: Antoine Boudet, A. Boudet, Antonium Boudet, Ant. Boudet)
      • found: Robert de Vaugondy, Gilles. Atlas universel, 1757:title page (A Paris; Boudet libraire imprimeur du roi, ruë St. Jacques; 1757)
      • found: BnF, 22 January 2019(authorized access point: Boudet, Antoine-Chrétien (1715-1787); rejected form: Boudet, Antoine (1715-1787); variant forename: Antonius; country: France; sex: masculine; responsibilities: printer bookseller, author; birth: 1715-06-07; death: 1787-07-05; notes: imprimeur (ordinaire) du Roi (1750-1785); imprimeur du Châtelet; also publisher of atlas; born in Lyon, son of Lyon bookseller Antoine Boudet; entered apprenticeship in Paris 1729; apprentice and stepson of Jean-Baptiste III Coignard, imprimeur du Roi in Paris; bookseller from 16 February 1734 until death; 1736-1737, one of "Libraires associés pour les usages du diocèse"; printer, 26 December 1742-30 March 1779; from 1745, published Petites affiches or Les affiches de Paris; 1751-1772, Journal encyclopédique; in 1753, published the dictionary of Moreri in Spanish, made several business trips to Spain and Portugal 1757-1763; retired from title of imprimeur du Roi in favor of Jacques-Gabriel Clousier; died in Essonnes (today Corbeil-Essonnes) July 1787; address: Paris: 1734-1787. Rue Saint-Jacques (vis-à-vis la rue du Plâtre, porte cochère; n° 240); signes: À la Bible d'or (or: Au Livre d'or) [1734-1741]; À la Fontaine d'or [1742-1751], À la Bible d'or (or: Au Livre d'or) [1748-1779]; ISNI 0000 0000 6645 0726; record no.: FRBNF12229259) -
      • found: Lepreux, Georges. Gallia typographica, 1911 (2018 reproduction):pages 103-110 (Boudet (Antoine-Chrétien); A.-C. Boudet; printer and bookseller (1742-1779); imprimeur ordinaire du Roi (1750-1785); born in Paris ca. 1716, son of Antoine, bookseller in London, then Lyon; began apprenticeship with Jean-Baptiste III Coignard 1729, who became his stepfather; established self as bookseller in Paris (16 February 1734, according to Lottin); succeeded Simon Langlois as printer, granted 17 December 1743; succeeded Jean-Baptiste III Coignard as imprimeur du roi 19 October 1750; exercised profession for 36 years, then ceded his material to Jean-Charles Desaint, who was permitted to replace him 22 March 1779; in 1785, gave up his position as imprimeur du roi in favor of Jacques-Gabriel Clousier, confirmed 11 September; renewed the format of Petites affiches, began publishing 3 Jan 1746 as Les affiches de Paris; second enterprise was Atlas universel of MM. Robert de Vaugondy, 1757; lived in apartment in Paris; had a bookshop on rue Saint-Jacques; according to Lottin, died in Essonne 5 July 1787; date is correct; funeral in Essonne, but legal document on behalf of widow declared that Antoine-Chrétien Boudet died in Corbeil, in his country house)
      • found: VIAF, 22 January 2019Permalink: access points in VIAF cluster: Boudet, Antoine-Chrétien, 1715-1787 (Sudoc, German National Library, National Library of the Czech Republic, National Library of France), Boudet, Antoine-Chrétien, ca. 1715-1787 (ISNI, RERO, National Library of Poland), Boudet, Antoine, 1715?-1787 (LC/NACO, National Library of Catalonia, NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library), Boudet, A. (Antoine), époque 1745-1789 (Library and Archives Canada), Antoine-Chrétien Boudet imprimeur libraire (Wikidata); VIAF ID: 41892069 (Personal))
      • found: Wikidata, 22 January 2019(Antoine-Chrétien Boudet (Q26709634); French printer and bookseller; also known as: Antoine Boudet, Antoine Boudet (1715-1787), Antonius Boudet; date of birth: 7 June 1715, Gregorian; place of birth: Lyon; date of death: 5 July 1787, Gregorian; place of death: unknown value) -
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      • 2003-01-24: new
      • 2019-01-24: revised
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