Carsch Filmbilder

Issuing Company: Carsch (Clothing Stores)
Country of Issue: Germany
Year of Issue: 1932
Color/B&W: B&W
Number of Cards in Set:
Card Size: 2" x 3"
Issued as insert with what product: Given out through clothing stores, unsure exactly how they were given away

Notes: Checklist incomplete. Just one card from this clothing store has ever been seen. The card is sepia, numbered and there is no title, so the generic "Filmbilder" (film cards) has been invented for it. The film mentioned on the card hit cinemas in late 1931, and the card came out in 1932, issued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the store (1882-1932). This was a Jewish-owned company which immediately came under pressure in 1933, having to give up all stores during the 1930s. See also "Department Stores etc." for the series "Serienbilder aus Film & Sport" where Carsch was one of the participating companies, also in their 50th anniversary year.

Thanks to Nick Bolton for help with this checklist.

16. Luci Englisch ("Reserve hat Ruh", 1931)

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