I've reached a level of "sophistication" in my exhibit of the 1932 Olympic Winter Games stamp (Scott #716) that I'm really careful when I purchase "of the period" handpainted/lettered/colored FDCs since there are sellesr who take blank FDCs and add cachets using printers.
This two FDCs were recently listed on e bay as one-of-a-kind and "of the period". If true, this is the type of material that judges look for to be able to award more points to an exhibit.
From my initial viewing, I was leaning towards the idea that these were actually created in January 1932. However, It would be difficult to say unequivocally the FDC with the single stamp was created in 1932, but after viewing the block of four FDC I had no qualms about buying the two and adding them to my exhibit. Notice that the handmade air mail border at the UR is under the stamps: ergo, the design were made before being sent for the FDC.