Issuing Company: Unknown|
Country of Issue: The Netherlands
Year of Issue: 1930s
Number of Cards in Set:
Issued as insert with what product:
Notes: Blank-backed. This is a 12-card set issued for the movie "De Privé-secretaresse," which translates to "The Private Secretary." These cards look like they are German cards with titles in Dutch for the Dutch market. They contain the familiar "Ross" notation which is found on many German card sets. Pascal Matthys reports that this set was probably issued in The Netherlands.
Richard Minns reports that there are sets for other movies in addition to De Privé-secretaresse with this same design. He purchased the cards from The Netherlands, so it is pretty certain that these cards originated there.
Thanks to Pascal Matthys and Richard Minns for help with this checklist.
Known Films/Stars Seen
Bommen op Monte-Carlo
De Prive-secretaresse (12 card set numbered 1-12)
Drie en een Benzinepomp (12 card set numbered 1-12) features Lilian Harvey
Het Congres Danst (12 card set numbered 1-12) The Congress Dances features Lilian Harvey & Willy Fritsch
Meisjes in Uniform (12 card set numbered 1-12) Madchen in Uniform features Hertha Thiele
Ronny (12 card set numbered 1-12)
Yvonne (12 card set numbered 1-12) (Set features Greta Garbo/Robert Montgomery)
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