This pack was printed around 1900 by Leonard Biermans, Turnhout, as 'Cartes à Jouer Extra-Fines', and the wrapper shows a giraffe and the initials of the maker:
It is a later edition of a well-known pack by this maker, 'Carte de Luxe No. 1' designed in 1877, which had a different printing technique (lithography). While there are plain aces in the original edition, here they show views from Paris:
|Clubs:||PONT NEUF ET STATUE HENRI IV A PARIS / PORTE St MARTIN A PARIS|
|Spades:||L' ÉGLISE DES INVALIDES À PARIS / CANONS DES INVALIDES À PARIS|
|Hearts:||PLACE DE LA CONCORDE À PARIS / THÉATRE LYRIQUE À PARIS|
|Diamonds:||LA BOURSE A PARIS / JARDIN DES TUILERIES À PARIS|
Note that there are modified suit signs for the Clubs and Spades suits.
For comparison reasons I am showing the Clubs court cards from the original edition in the bottom row.