From the early years of the 19th century until after the Second World War, Armand Noyer was the proprietor of a large French photo studio and postcard publisher, at 22 Rue Ravignan, Paris.
Output included art and illustrations (Noyer was a member of the Salon), "Boudoir" cards and cards of children, first world war pictures and film stars (Les Vedettes de Cinema, around 1300 cards).
There is a site cataloguing the latter at rosspostcards.com/AnParisImages.html.
Early cards used the AN logo, some of the later ones (the "Fantaisies, bromure grand luxe") the A NOYER roundel.
During WW1 Noyer produced "patriotic" cards under the marque Patriotic and some others.
Other Noyer marques are
"Zed" ("Bromure glacé et ordinaire) in the 1922 directory, "YSA" (in the 1925 directory) and "EVA". These marques their own entries on this site.