It was 90 years ago that Carole Lombard began talking on screen with the otherwise creaky Pathe drama. The tale about a group of bus travelers stranded in a snowstorm isn't much of a movie, but when it comes to artifacts from the film, that's frankly irrelevant.
Note this lobby card, for instance:
It's a compilation of three scenes, two of which show Lombard with co-star William Boyd. The third pic includes Carole's equally ill-fated friend Diane Ellis, who would die on her honeymoon in December 1930.
The item is described as in "excellent-near mint" condition; there are no tears or pinholes, merely a small krinkle.
Bidding begins at $85, with the auction closing at 6:53 p.m. (Eastern) Monday. If you're determined to land this item, you can also make an offer.
Learn more about this lobby card, one I've never seen before, at https://www.ebay.com/itm/1929-CAROLE-LOMBARDS-1st-Talkie-film-HIGH-VOLTAGE-Lobby-Card-w-Wm-Boyd-EXC/274102756901?hash=item3fd1cc2625:g:tXsAAOSwl9dd0y7J.