Large Vintage Film Postcard Album with 261 Postcards
A large vintage film postcard album containing approximately 261 postcards is for sale. Many hard to find film Picturegoer postcards (and other makes) to include Buster Crabbe and a young Laurel and Hardy are included.
This large vintage embossed postcard album is made of card with a leather effect, and has gilt lettering and design to the front cover with the words “Postcards” and “My Film Favourites”. The postcard album measures 9.00 x 11.50 inches with a 2 inch spine (approximately).
Contained in this album are some very hard to find vintage postcards that includes:
Ramon Novarro and Dorothy Jordan in a scene from the 1930 film “Call of the Flesh” (Picturegoer postcard number 216);
- An early image of Gary Cooper, plain back postcard;
- Ramon Novarro and Madge Evans in a scene from the 1931 film The Son of India (Film Partners number P31);
- Leslie Howard and Norma Shearer in a scene (possibly) from the 1931 film “A Free Soul” (Film Partners postcard number P22);
- Buck Jones portrait photograph in costume (Picturegoer postcard number 146a);
- A very young Clark Gable postcard (plain back) photograph;
- Walter Byron and Dorothy Mackaill in a scene (possibly) from The 1931 film the Reckless Hour (Film Partners postcard number P8);
- A very young photograph of Laurel and Hardy (Picturegoer postcard number 491);
- Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O’Sullivan that states the wrong spelling for “Johnny” and has this as a scene from “Tarzan Of The Apes” and is possibly from the 1932 film Tarzan The Ape Man (Picturegoer postcard number 680);
- Cary Grant and Sylvia Sidney in a scene from the 1932 film Madame Butterfly (Film Partners P84); Cary Grant and Mae West postcard (Film Partners P111);
- Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald scene from the 1936 film Rose Marie (Film Partners PC205);
- Jean Harlow (Picturegoer postcard number 712); Clark Gable and Joan Crawford photograph (Film Partners postcard P16);
- Douglas Fairbanks Jnr and Mary Brian in a scene from (possibly) the 1932 “It’s Tough To Be Famous” (Famous Partners postcard P36);
- Greta Garbo and Conrad Nagel in a scene from the 1928 film “The Mysterious Lady” (Picturegoer postcard number 548);
- Buster Crabbe who played Flash Gordon in 1936 (Picturegoer postcard number 794);
- Richard Dix photograph (Autograph Series Number A8); John Mack Brown (Autograph Series Number 6);
- Ken Maynard in cowboy costume (Picturegoer number 380);
- Fred Astaire as a young man (Picturegoer postcard number 879a);
- Errol Flynn and Olivia de Haviland photograph possibly taken from the 1935 film Captain Blood (Film Partners postcard number P200);
- and so many more great collectable vintage film postcards in this truly unique album.
Condition of the vintage film postcards is remarkably Near Fine, appearing to be kept in this sturdy album when collected since new.
This is by far one of the best vintage albums of film star postcards that we have offered for sale, and early ordering is definitely highly recommended.