Born in Mirecourt in 1886, Alfred was the son of Jean Joseph Lamy. He is known as ‘Neveu’ to distinguish him from Alfred Lamy (II), the son of Joseph Alfred. He was trained by Bazin and subsequently employed by Jacquot and Cuniot-Hury. For a short period around 1919-20 he worked in his own shop, from which bows branded ‘A. LAMY’ or ‘ALFRED LAMY’ originate, but His final few years were spent with the Laberte company, until his death in 1922.
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