A. Wunderlich & Cie, Ingénieurs-Conseils

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Wunderlich acting on behalf of H-F Villard

According to our data, this company was founded in 1880. It isn't yet certain when they began working with aero, though they represented Henry Félix Villard, with Patent BE-1912-250417, and they seem to have played a role in Patent BE-1909-214032 along with its extraordinarily long list of child patents. The particular role of Alfred E. Wunderlich as engineer, within all of this, isn't perfectly clear. The designation Société anonyme is used. They were located at3 ave des Arts, Brussels.

It seems clear that the company represented Wunderlich himself, at least from time to time, and within aero. We are presently examining a large set of Belgian data.

This company acted both as incorporated bloc focused largely on the innovations of Alfred E. Wunderlich himself, and as a representative patent agent for aero inventors including Henry Félix Villard.

Wunderlich's Patent GB-1914-10216 is introduced “We, Société Anonyme L’Aéra and Alfred Wunderlich, both of 3 Avenue des Arts, Brussels, Belgium . . .” This suggests a relation between said Société and A. Wunderlich & Cie, Ingénieurs-Conseils. It somewhat suggests that Société Anonyme L’Aéra was a successor corporation.

Names A. Wunderlich & Cie, Ingénieurs-Conseils
Country BE
City Brussels
Keywords propellers, hybrid, LTA, airplane
Started aero
Ended aero
Key people Alfred E. Wunderlich, Alfred Wunderlich
Wikidata id