Superb luxury catalog of the 1919 Rolland-Pilain models.
Rolland-Pilain was a French car maker formally established on 4 November 1905 at 95, rue Victor-Hugo in Tours by François Rolland and Émile Pilain
During WWI Rolland-Pilain produced shells and parts for aircraft engines using a female work force. At the end of the war, in 1918, Gnome et Rhône invested in the Rolland-Pilain business, taking a majority share in it, but they disposed of their holding in 1920. By this much of the management was passing from François Rolland to his son Lucien Rolland, but Émile Pilain sustained his own involvement, while his elder brother, Léon Pilain, who had previously worked in Paris for Delahaye was also now playing an increasingly important part in the business
Note: pages are loose.
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- Luxury 1919 32 page Rolland-Pilain catalog
- 3: Goed - Zichtbare sporen van slijtage en leeftijd
- 25×33×0,5 cm