A close look at a vintage 1930’s era die cut Valentine’s Day card featuring a cartoon image of Hollywood legend Greta Garbo and a comic poem identifying her as such.
Opening up a 1950’s era sales brochure from the Hollywood Studios company. Hollywood Studios offered high quality photos for sale of your favorite movie stars.
After picking up a small collection of studio reply cards to 1930s movie fans requesting photos of their favorite film stars I discovered why the studios started charging a fee. 10 of the reply cards are shown as is the 1929 newspaper article explaining how the charge came to be.
When I acquired a batch of 1940s era bus passes depicting vintage movie scenes and stars I thought I wouldn’t ever see them again. It took 18 months, but they’re back and at auction this week only!
A look at a 1913 postcard sized promotional advertising card featuring Norma and Constance Talmadge on front and an ad announcing the debut of The Picturegoer Magazine on back.
What started out as a post specifically about several World War II era bus passes featuring movie star images turns into a definition of ephemera, collectibles, and value.
A look at a very rare Permit Card for George White’s Scandals of 1924. While there were a few different issued this one pictures Louise Brooks.