Carole Lombard's glamour and style, expressed so beautifully in this George Hurrell portrait from 1936, was an integral part of an obscure book from more than three decades ago.
It's "Lost Hollywood," by Jack Woody, released in 1987. As part of the campaign, this Lombard poster was issued:
Another view of this image, which measures a considerable 24" x 36":
The poster was printed in Japan using the sheet-fed "gravure" process, noted for its detailed, velvety black and white images. However, its expense led the format to be abandoned in the late 1990s. This is unused, unopened and essentially brand new, according to the seller.
You can buy this poster for $50, or make an offer. Get additional information by visiting https://www.ebay.com/itm/LOST-HOLLYWOOD-POSTER-w-actress-CAROLE-LOMBARD-36in-X-24in-Vintage-Glamour/113965863471?hash=item1a88e5122f:g:RqoAAOSwpdpVY3fU.