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Garbo Lobby Cards




A film poster is a poster used to advertise a film. Lobby cards are like posters but smaller, usually 11" X 14" (but also 8" x 10" before 1930). Use of such posters/Lobby cards goes back to the earliest public exhibitions of film, where they began as outside placards listing the programme of (short) films to be shown inside the hall or theatre. By the early 1900s, they began to feature illustrations of a scene from each individual film. Lobby cards are collected and their value depends on their age, quality and popularity. Typically issued in sets of eight, each featuring a different scene from the film.


Gösta Berling's Saga
(in treatment)
The Joyless Street

The Torrent
(in treatment)
The Temptress

Flesh and the Devil


The Divine Woman

The Mysterious Lady

A Woman of Affairs

Wild Orchids

The Single Standard

The Kiss

Anna Christie



Susan Lenox

Mata Hari

Grand Hotel

As you desire me

Queen Christina

The Painted Veil

Anna Karenina




Two-Faced Woman



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