Régnier et Dourdet (fl. c. 1840 - 1870) was a French engraving, printing, lithography, and publishing firm active in Paris during the middle to late 19th century. The firm is frequently associated with Lith. Gratia (fl. c. 1864 - 1865), another Paris firm. They were located at 8 Passage Ste. Marie (R. du Bac), Paris. They published a wide corpus of work, but are best known for engraving and publishing the impressive pioneering carto-infographic studies of French civil engineer Charles Joseph Mindard (1781 - 1870). The firm also engraved and printed extensively for the Dépôt de la Guerre. Régnier may have been Claude (1xxx - 1860), a known Paris painter and engraver.

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