When I first looked around the studio, I found 3 full Jullian easels. Two of the Jullians are genuine (made in france) Jullians and one of them looks like a variation by another company. One of the "Jullians" is beyond repair (no prize for guessing which one), but what I did do was use its parts to repair the other two.
I personally have always enjoyed fixing things so this was a fun side project. And I've fixed Jullians before so it was also pretty easy. I taped on some notecards so future artists can see the two that work and which one doesn't. If anyone else has any repair jobs in the area, don't hesitate to reach out haha.