That's Carole Lombard, second from left at top, in "Safety In Numbers," her Paramount debut in the spring of 1930. Carole impressed enough officials at the studio to receive a seven-year contract, a significant bounce-back from her questionable dismissal from Pathe the previous fall.
Paramount's publicity machine went to work on this new film and new actress -- and that included its far-flung international division. We have proof.
This is 1249-8, issued by Paramount foreign publicity. Another photo, 1249-48, includes a snipe in what looks to be Spanish:
Each photo has an opening bid of $49.99; the auction on 1249-8 ends at 8:09 p.m. (Eastern) Wednesday, while 1249-48 ends one minute later.
To bid on 1249-8, visit https://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROLE-LOMBARD-SAFETY-IN-NUMBERS-BUDDY-ROGERS-JOSEPHINE-DUNN-Photo-186/324057836365?hash=item4b735a2b4d:g:NbIAAOSwH9JeMgVL. To bid on 1249-48, go to https://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROLE-LOMBARD-SAFETY-IN-NUMBERS-BUDDY-ROGERS-JOSEPHINE-DUNN-Photo-186/324057837364?hash=item4b735a2f34:g:9YkAAOSwDuleMgWD.