An attractive image of Carole Lombard in the early '30s, which looks to be at home (is William Powell working on a movie?). However, a look at the entire photograph proves it isn't:
It's Carole, in character as upstate New York librarian Connie Randall, entertaining guest Babe Stewart (Clark Gable), not yet fully aware he's a con man fleeing NYC cops. In front, his back turned to us, is Charlie Vane (Grant Mitchell). This is, of course, from 1932's "No Man Of Her Own," the lone time Lombard and Gable teamed on screen.
This is a vintage photo (slightly trimmed to 8" x 9 7/8"), listed in fine/very fine condition. Considering it's nearly 87 years old, that's high praise.
You can buy the pic straight up for $59.95, or make an offer. Get complete info by visiting https://www.ebay.com/itm/CAROLE-LOMBARD-CLARK-GABLE-ORIGINAL-PHOTO-NO-MAN-OF-HER-OWN-PRE-CODE-1932/254263997108?hash=item3b3350b2b4:g:8FsAAOSwYw1dGWcu.