Founded in 1893 as a bicycle manufacturer by Georges and his brother Félix-Maxime, the firm was later renamed to Société de Construction des cycles et Automobiles Georges Richard. In 1901 the brothers took on a partner, Charles-Henri Brasier.
Several addresses are known:
Builder of bicycles, automobiles and (around 1903/1904) motorcycles using Zedel engines, among others.
Also known as Trèfle-A-Quatre.
Georges Richard went on to found the Unic firm in 1905 which built bespoke automobiles and later manufactured trucks. He died in a motoring accident in 1922.
Further information may be found in the George Cohen archive here: Brasier
Sources: Bourdache (pp 44, 226), encycloduvelo.fr