(studio active in the 1880s)
Pascal Sebah, a photographer from the east with a studio in Istanbul, on Via Postacilar in the neighborhood of Pera, was awarded at the World’s Fairs of Paris, Vienna, and Philadelphia. Success led him to open another studio in Cairo in 1873. In 1884, he teamed up with the photographer Policarpe Joaillier, who was also in Istanbul, and their two names became the name of the their atelier, active until 1888. His successors, Iskender and Perpanyani, kept the name to maintain the company’s notoriety.