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8p286 ERNO VEREBES signed German Ross postcard 1931 seated portrait by Schneider of Berlin!

Date Sold 8/27/2019
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An Original Vintage Autographed German Ross Postcard (measures 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" [9 x 14 cm]) (Learn More)

Erno Verebes (sometimes credited as "Ernst Verebes") was an American-born actor of Hungarian descent from the 1910s to the 1940s. First a star in Hungarian cinema, Verebes later established himself in Germany, leaving for Hollywood as the Nazis rose to power. Some of his U.S. movies include: A Desperate Adventure, My Friend Irma, and Houdini. He passed away in 1971 at the age of 68.
Important Added Info: Note that this German Ross Postcard has been personally autographed (signed) by Erno Verebes! Our consignor is a longtime collector who purchased this signed item from a reputable dealer. He does not have a certificate of authenticity, but we believe the signature to likely be authentic. Also note that in the 1920s and 1930s in Germany, it became a common practice to pass out 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" "Ross postcards" to the people who attended a movie. These were postcards that people could send through the mail (each had a picture of one of the movie's stars on it, and standard postcard markings on the other side). But these were also sent to theaters where the stars would make personal appearances, and members of the audience would get the stars to autograph them if they could, but of course, the cards themselves did not come autographed! Sometimes the theaters would use a special "Das Programm Von Heute" that had a blank area on the cover, where they would cut four slits in the upper left and have the "Ross postcards" inserted into that area, so that the audience members would get the program and the card together! We imagine that theaters hoped that audience members would mail the postcards after they saw the movie to friends, telling them how much they enjoyed it, thus creating advertising for the movie. These are often called "Ross autograph cards" by collectors, because moviegoers sometimes obtained autographs on them. Ross postcards are quite collectible, signed or unsigned, but of course, they are worth far more signed. They are often quite rare, because most German paper of all kinds from before World War II was destroyed during the war, due to the massive paper shortages there at that time.

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