La Licorne

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La Licorne was founded in France in 1901 by Jean-Marie Corre and survived until 1947.

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La Licorne radiator emblem.

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La Licorne radiator. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

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La Licorne stand at the 1925 Salon Automovil in Barcelona. (source: Automobile Barcelona)

The initial cars were simply called Corre. After wining a few races by driver Waldemar Lestienne, the name Corre La Licorne was often used, but the company was mostly known as Licorne.

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1926 Corre La Licorne V14W4. (source: Classic Driver)

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1926 Corre La Licorne V14W4 radiator emblem. (source: Classic Driver)

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1928 La Licorne 5cv ad.

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1925 Corre-La Licorne Sport, France.

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