Welcome back to the Profiles & Premiums Newsletter!
Tammy Stone is back this month and features Alma Rubens in her Silent Collection.
Two-page Photo ID Guide this month, but more importantly, if you're looking for these large Cuban premiums, you'll find them for sale in my auctions this week. This is not a common issue, so be sure to bid if you see any you want, it may be awhile before they pop up on the market again. This is the type of item that usually sells pretty well on eBay, because you just don't see them very often.
I've revamped my eBay Store creating more categories and creating sub-categories as well. Right now there are just under 850 movie cards & collectibles listed at sale or auction over there and I expect to near 1,000 by the end of this week. All eBay listings should be set up to automatically combine shipping when you go to checkout.
Here are this issue's features:
Photo ID Guide: 1920's Galeria Cinematografica
This is really an updated Photo ID Guide, but it may as well be new -- we've gone from 2 images on a single page to over 60 different pieces shown front and back over two pages.
Be sure you don't miss the checklist and gallery for Series 2 which is linked from Series 1.
And here's the 1920's Galeria Cinematografica Photo ID Guide ...
Alma Rubens by Tammy Stone
In The Silent Collection
Alma Rubens, another of the unsung silent film sirens, had a tragically short life filled with the kind of multiple dramas that are typically reserved for the stage or screen. A gorgeous brunette at home as the girl next door or the smoldering seductress, Alma was a performer through and through, gracing the screen with an uncanny charisma and flair for the dramatic gesture before her untimely death. ...
Read Tammy's entire Alma Rubens piece here --
Tammy Stone is a freelance writer and journalist based in Toronto. Watch for her regular column on the greats of the Silent Screen here in The Movie Profiles & Premiums Newsletter.
... Go here for an expanded "About the Author" look at Tammy Stone
That's all for now. If you enjoyed the Photo ID Guide(s) be sure you don't miss out on those eBay auctions. Hope you enjoyed Tammy's piece on Alma Rubens, next issue Susan M. Kelly returns with a Golden Age profile. Until then I'll be cleaning up the site and adding as many items for sale as possible. Have a great month!
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