About 1930's Colgate-Palmolive Premium Photos
Here's an issue I've been searching for for years now in order to bring you this page! I last had a batch of these back in 2002 when Immortal Ephemera first launched. Like many items which pass through here I'd never seen them before, but little did I suspect it would take 8 years until I saw them again!
Each premium measures approximately 8-1/4" X 11" with logos at the bottom of sheet for Colgate and Palmolive (with one exception) and plain blank white backs (again, with one exception).
Each premium also sports the text Revista Rosa (no exceptions) which loosely translates to Rose or Pink Magazine.
One premium, Rosalind Russell, carries the Revista Rosa mention but no mention of Colgate or Palmolive.
Another premium, Ingeborg Theek, has a text box on back advertising a film called the The Black Pirate or Black Corsair coming to Cuban theatres.
The Theek reference is the only mention of Cuba and thus that's where I strongly suspect these come from.
The reference to the Black Pirate film on the same premium appears to refer to either a 1937 film from Italy or a 1944 film from Mexico. Based upon who's included and how youthful many of them appear I'm inclined to accept the 1937 date.
As these are unnumbered the 14 listed and shown on this page below stand as the most complete checklist that I'm aware of. If you possess any Colgate-Palmolive Premium Photos beyond those shown on this page I encourage you to email with details and, if possible, images.
Gallery of 1930's Colgate-Palmolive Premium Photos
All those premiums that I have seen follow with a text checklist underneath the gallery. Just click any image to enlarge and you can scroll through them all.
1930's Colgate-Palmolive Premium Photos Checklist:
Olivia de Havilland