La Mariée du Mardi-Gras card game published by J.J.F. (Jeux et Jouets Français, successors to Mauclair Dacier), Paris, early 1900s. Inspired by the comedy play by Eugéne Grangé & Lambert-Thiboust published in the 1860s, the main characters are the bride and groom, the notary and the mayor. The caricatures in the game give us a glimpse of life at the time.
The year 1904 saw the merger of game manufacturers Mauclair-Dacier, Simonin-Cuny, Wogue and Lévy and Perret Paul, with Delhaye Frères added in 1905. The new company "Jeux et Jouets Français" operated until 1931.