Printer and bookseller. Trained by his father. Received as a libraire in Grenoble (1771). Moved to Paris (c. 1777), where he was officially received as a libraire in 1784.
During the French Revolution, he owned and edited the royalist journal, Le Mémorial, and was deported (1797).
Eldest son of Joseph Cuchet, printer at Grenoble, imprimeur-libraire for the duc d’Orléans, and publisher of the works of Barthélemy Faujas de Saint-Fond.