Above is p1202-10, one of the first Paramount portrait of Carole Lombard, probably taken in the spring of 1930 after she was hired to play a supporting role in "Safety In Numbers." Over the next seven-plus years at Paramount, Lombard would be seen in about 1,800 such photos, as well as others listed and coded for specific films and some that simply were never coded at all.
Two of those original p1202 pics are currently being sold at eBay.
First, p1202-679, as Lombard proudly welcomes older brother Stuart Peters to the set of "We're Not Dressing." Carole's co-star, Bing Crosby, looks a bit befuddled, as if he can't make up his mind whether to appear in character or as himself for this shot.
It's 7 3/4" x 9 3/4", in excellent shape (with a snipe on the back), and can be yours for $94.95. If interested, check out http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Carole-Lombard-HER-BROTHER-34-DBW-Candid-/380338214151?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item588dec9507.
The same seller has this item, p1202-1411, from 1936:
It's slightly larger than the other one (8" x 10"), in sepia tone and in excellent shape. This is being sold for $249.95; to find out more, visit http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-Carole-Lombard-36-GORGEOUS-GLAMOUR-Portrait-/380338214148?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item588dec9504.