The standard Spanish-suited 'Parisian' style (Tipo Frances) is based on models exported to South America by French manufacturers during the nineteenth century.
Naipes ‘Tito’, Camilloni Hnos, Montevideo, c.1950
Naipes “El Gaucho” Manufactured by Gráficos Unidos S.A., Montevideo, c.1955-60
Naipes Tatú, M.C. de Casabó S.A., Montevideo, c.1956
A version of the old Spanish National pattern which was manufactured by Parisian card makers in the 19th century for export to South America.