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Tiranty was a French camera manufacturer based in Paris. Pre-WW2 they produced several camera models under the license of British firm Coronet.

After WWII, Coronet linked with the Tiranty to avoid French import restrictions. Then several Coronet camera models were made in only France, some with Boyer lenses, and some with instruction imprints in French.

Cameras[edit | edit source]

6×9cm box cameras[edit | edit source]

  • Tiranty box cameras:
    • Alliance
    • Bobox
    • Coronet
    • Coronet Rex
    • Coronet Toutes Distances
    • Coronet Toutes Distances Lux
    • Coronet Toutes Distances Luxe
    • Box Éclair
    • Éclair Lux
    • Fildia
    • Box Luminor (sold by Manufrance)
    • Photo-Box
    • Le Polo

6×9cm folding cameras[edit | edit source]

35mm cameras[edit | edit source]

45×107mm stereo cameras[edit | edit source]

  • Stéréopocket
  • Vérographe Stéréo

Unknown type[edit | edit source]

  • Aristograph
  • Foyer-Fixe
  • Gnome
  • Transpar

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