Richard-Brasier Automotive manufacturer
France ivry-Port, Seine; France 1903 to 1904
Richard-Brasier was a French car manufacturer from the eary part of the 20th century.
Georges Richard and the designer Henri Brasier founded the company in 1903 in Porte d'Ivry , a suburb of Paris , as the successor to Georges Richard . In October 1904, the two entrepreneurs separated. Georges Richard founded Unic while Henri Brasier founded Brasier .
Initially, four different models were produced, from the 10 CV to the four-cylinder 40 CV , which were similar to the Panhard & Levassor vehicles at the time . In 1904 two two-cylinder models were added.Léon Théry won the Gordon Bennett race on a Richard Brasier in 1904 .
- 1897–1902 Société des Anciens Établissements Georges Richard von Georges Richard, Maxime Richard sowie ab 1901 Henri Brasier
- 1903–1904 Richard Brasier by Georges Richard and Henri Brasier
- 1905–1940 Unic by Georges Richard, from 1922 George Dubois
- 1905–1926 Société des Automobiles Brasier von Henri Brasier
- 1926–1930 Chaigneau-Brasier