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Can you tell us about the history of this building?

Our chairman Barry Blight has unearthed this postcard, and would be very grateful for any information on the building.  It is clearly an exhibition space where customers could view many cars (whether new or used we do not know).

Place de L’Yser in Brussels was also the location of the magnificent Citroën complex – but did this building have anything to do with them?  It seems unlikely, since the Citroën building dates from 1933 and these cars look to be from the early 1920s.

We think that Omega is the name of the construction company or of the building system.

If you can help, please let us know through the “Leave a Comment” facility at the bottom of this post.

Any information would be much appreciated.

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