I'm always delighted to discover a new (to me) Carole Lombard image, particularly when it's from her Paramount p1202 collection (p1202 was her "player" code number at the studio). Above is p1202-977, said to be from lead studio photographer Eugene Robert Richee in 1935.
That pic isn't available, but this one is:
The seller ties it to her final film, "To Be Or Not To Be," and it certainly looks like something from one of her publicity sessions from late 1941. It's, well, beautiful.
It's a high quality, borderless 8" x 10" in mint condition -- a reproduction print, not an original, but a Lombard pose that's rarely seen. On high-gloss photographic paper, too.
Want this pic? It's selling for $3.79, but you'd better hurry. Go to https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carole-Lombard-In-To-Be-Or-Not-To-Be-8x10-Glossy-Photo-Picture-4625160917/173404714842?hash=item285fb9f75a%3Ag%3AP9oAAOSwKb1bRS59&_sop=10&_pgn=3&_nkw=carole+lombard&_sacat=0&_from=R40&rt=nc to learn more.