I'm assuming that three of these elegant pieces of ephemera were a lady's magazine inserted giveaway. One looks to have been glued in its past life, perhaps decorating a perfume or soap box. What does the O and N following the scene titles mean? A mystery we may never solve but the beauty of these pieces can still be appreciated. "Confidences" has two small punches, one all the way through. That speck on La Parisienne is just a speck and not a hole. Some wear on the edges/corner tips, but overall for their age (early turn of the century) these pieces are in good antique condition, richly decorated with a generous gold metallic detailing. In the last photo you'll see one other item I've listed separately which would pair up nicely with these. https://www.rubylane.com/item/274812-8298/Art-Nouveau-Artist-Signed-Embossed-Gold For size comparison, La Parisienne measures about 3.25 by 5.25 inches.
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