To complete all the references I have found to Noblet family of cardmakers of Paris that I have been able to find in the online French National Archives and Geneanet we have:
Charles Noblet, Maitre Cartier, Rue de Rempart, in an inventory of 1727 [possibly relating to his decease? : without full record don't know.]
https://www.siv.archives-nationales.cul ... %20cartier
Charles Noblet, Compagne Cartier, 1762:
https://en.geneanet.org/archives/regist ... p&page=279
Charles Noblet & Jacques Noblet, both Compagne Cartier, 1771 ; also mentioned is their nephew* Jean-Baptiste Lemoine, a Master Cardmaker:
https://en.geneanet.org/archives/regist ... p&page=273
*If I am reading it right, J.B Lemoine is the cousin of the children of Charles Noblet [deceased] & Madeleine Antoinette Damien [his widow] on the father's side [cousin paternel], so presumably the son of a sister of Charles & Jacques Noblet.
As both Charles and Jacques are called Companion Cardmakers at this time, possibly the business went out of Noblet ownership between Master Cardmaker Charles Noblet of 1727 and their time?
To which we may note tentatively D'Allemagne's second mention of a Jean Noblet, à Paris, as being active between 1721-1760. However, as far as I am aware we have found no records of such so far, so either D'Allemagne has made an error here or he had access to some records since lost or misplaced.