Introducing the latest member of my Carole Lombard Paramount p1202 collection, now some several hundred strong...p1202-335.
From the number, I'm guessing it to be from early to mid-1933. Lombard looks very imposing in that gown, perhaps one of the reasons Paramount saw her more as a clotheshorse than an actress before "Twentieth Century" and other Columbia releases set it straight.
We don't know who photographed the image above, but we do have a photog credited for this one -- Paramount's talented Otto Dyar:
Moreover, we have the back, which supplies the where (from the Photoplay library) and when (it arrived there in January of '33):
Both pics are originals from the noted Lester Glassner collection, which at one time comprised more than a quarter of a million film stills. Each is in excellent condition.
The bidding for each begins at $29.95, with the auctions closing next Sunday afternoon -- 4:52 p.m. (Eastern) for p1202-335, 5:02 for the Dyar pic.
To bid on p1202-335, visit https://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROLE-LOMBARD-original-movie-GLAMOUR-photo-1930s/333000320350?hash=item4d885da55e:g:sMAAAOSw1T1cMniO:rk:2:pf:0. For the Dyar work, go to https://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROLE-LOMBARD-original-movie-GLAMOUR-photo-1930s/372559869211?hash=item56be4c751b:g:ZXUAAOSwRbpcMnsU:rk:1:pf:0.