A recently acquired group of R95 EMO Movie Club linen-textured photos offers insight into details of the club while setting a July 1935 date to their founding.
The 1916 movie star pennants that resemble the Ferguson Bakery BF2 baseball pennants of the same period were being offered as subscription premiums by various movie magazines in 1916.
Pointing to a brand new gallery of circa 1920 Playing Cards from Brazil picturing Silent Film Stars. Also a subscription change for Gallery Alerts – To continue receiving Announcements of New Galleries please subscribe to the Immortal Ephemera Store newsletter.
Paul van Yperen of the European Film Star Postcards blog introduces us to Fern Andra, Heinrich Ross of Ross Verlag, Alex Binder and Aterlier Binder, and others in his look at early European cinema stars and collecting European film star post cards between the wars.
Introducing a new Gallery on the site featuring 1931 BAT Cinema Artistes tobacco cards plus a 1929 Academy Awards story focusing on a stolen fountain pen.
A group of seven real photo postcards picturing Film Stars and Their Pets. Issued by Valentine’s out of Great Britain in the early 1930s, each pictures a movie actress with their dogs.
A look at the EMO Movie Star Photo Magazine packet, copyright 1938, which includes a checklist of 216 different R95 linen like photos. Plus images of 12 rare single photos–8 years of collecting these and I hadn’t spotted any of this dozen until today!
Vintage Lipton’s advertisement for an Australian redemption offer involving a set of 1935 Warner Brothers Movie Star Stamps. With checklist.
A 1950 distributor’s advertisement for a Movie Star Punchboard which paid out in movie star stamps and cash. From the Harlich Corporation.
Seven ads from early 1923 solicit submissions to the Strollers Movie Limerick Contest. The ads include sample limericks and picture C142 Canadian Strollers movie cards.