After years of seeing Carole Lombard photos, I'm fairly certain when a new pose comes across, and it appears the one above is in that category. It looks to be taken in the mid- or late 1930s, though beyond that I can't tell you too much more, other than it's 8 1/2" x 11", original, and in fine condition. It's listed on eBay, as is its more common sibling:
Each can be bought for $3.99. The upper one is at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Movie-star-black-and-white-book-photo-Carole-Lombard-fantastic-condition/264044915344?hash=item3d7a4daa90, the lower at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Movie-star-black-and-white-book-photo-Carole-Lombard-fantastic-condition/264044915282?hash=item3d7a4daa52.
Another Lombard still of note is also available:
The back doesn't supply much help as to specific identification of when and where:
Six bids have been made on this 8" x 10" double-weight original as of this writing, topping out at $37. Bidding concludes at 10:05 p.m. (Eastern) a week from Monday. You can bid by visiting https://www.ebay.com/itm/Spectacular-Carole-Lombard-1930s-Vintage-Art-Deco-Jazz-Age-Glamour-Photograph/372503123255?hash=item56baea9537:g:0SkAAOSwHAxb7cCv:rk:45:pf:0.
Finally, some good news about my romantic comedy screenplay "Stand Tall!"
I received word today it's been selected as a finalist at the LA Live Film Fest, upgraded from its earlier semifinalist ranking. People enjoy this tall tale about Colleen Cossitt, the Vegas waitress accidentally transformed into a beloved 16-foot-1 1/8 showroom sensation, who vows to rescue the kidnapped scientist she loves.
The one-sheet, award included:
Check it out if you haven't already (https://filmfreeway.com/projects/476988). I have a feeling you'll love it too.