- Also known as
primary name: Martinet-Hautecoeur
other name: Hautecoeur frères
other name: Hautecoeur-Martinet
other name: Maison Martinet Hautecoeur frères
other name: Maison Martinet
other name: Martinet
- organisation; publisher/printer; French
- Other dates
- 1824 onwards-
- 1829: 13, 15 rue Coq-Saint-Honoré (until demolished by Hausmann).
1832: rue du Coq St. Honoré, No. 13 et 15
1830 (circa): rue du Coq (Hautcoeur[sic]-Martinet)
1848-1852 (circa): 15 rue du Coq
1848-1852 (circa): (Maison Martinet), rue du Coq
1848-1852 (circa): Maison Martinet, rue Vivienne, 41, et rue du Coq, 15
1855: 146 rue de Rivoli, from 1862 no.172 (known as Ancienne Maison Martinet).
41 rue Vivienne, later Boulevard des Capucines (known as Maison Martinet)
- Paris print publishers, established after marriage of the daughter of Aaron Martinet (q.v.) to Hermenégilde Hautecoeur in 1822; he took over running the firm in 1824. In later years the firm was run by the next generation, Eugène and Alfred Hautecoeur, and the name Martinet was dropped; but all its publications are entered here under the single name of Martinet-Hautecoeur. Earlier publications are entered under Aaron Martinet. See also Jules Hautecoeur, at thesame address in the 1880s and 90s.
The shop still functioned in the rue de Rivoli, no.172, in 1991, selling modern reproductions, posters and a few old maps.
- Louis Hautecoeur, in 'Paris et Ile-de-France', 18/19 (1967-8), pp.205-340 (a history of the firm, written by a descendant)