P is for Palmer! June Palmer of course and a perfect addition to anyone’s Xmas list. This particular shot is from a collection of excellent quality 10 by 8 prints sent over by Scott and features June with long hair and long necklace hanging down around one breast. Taken in 1965 it comes from the same set of images as these taken at Ewhurst Manor that also appeared in Dude magazine.
I couldn’t resist another shot from the set of June Palmer with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. Taken on the bed in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor, this fabulous shot has June flashing her perfectly round bosom as she looks directly at the camera with a very tempting look on her face!
Another stunning shot of June and thanks again to Scott, who is also selling the original print of this shot, plus some others of June and Tina Madison on his eBay site. Well worth a look if you want the original prints for your collection.
June Palmer posing with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. June looks absolutely stunning sat in that armchair with her top open exposing that fabulous body and perfect boobs and the location I think is probably Ewhurst Manor? The reason for the location and date is that this shot appears to be one very similar to those published in Dude Magazine (March 1965), where June has the same long hair and I know the rooms in that article are at Ewhurst. I also have 10 prints in total from this set, including several of June on the bed shown in the article and one of her with the candle in front of the fireplace. I also have a feeling that these may have been taken by Russell Gay as again I’ve seen similar shots of June in some of his publications. Plus there is a stamp on the back saying Graphic House Inc.
A simply stunning shot of June and thanks must go to Scott who contacted me via the site and sent over copies of this and his other original June prints. I had never seen these shots before, so it’s always a very nice surprise to see some new June images 🙂
Ann Wilson on the cover of Solo No.44 (1965) at Walden Manor. Nice dimples!
Yet another shot of Margaret Nolan (Vicky Kennedy) posing on the edge of a four poster bed taken by Harrison Marks, from this set of images. Taken on location in one of the bedrooms of Ewhurst Manor.
I’m back off my Hols! So thought I’d kick things off again with a cheeky rear view shot of June Palmer from Kamera No.69 P14 (1965) as she looks over her shoulder. Taken by Harrison Marks this is from a series of Photo’s of June posing on the Roman Bath set in dark Cleopatra like wig.
A Cleopatra-esque June Palmer on the Roman Bath set from Kamera No.69 P43 (1965). A very seductive look from her, plus we get to see almost all of her tits through the sheer dress material. Kamera No.69 was a popular edition for June, as she not only appears on the cover, but also on 12 of the 48 pages inside.
A third shot from my own collection of the dazzling Dawn Grayson from the ‘Dawn on Red‘ set of slides. She looks stunning in this closer side profile shot with her the red lip stick and small perky boobs contrasting perfectly with the background.
Note: This is an image from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
I have very few good shots of Maxine King, but this is one of them. This shot along with the other shot I’ve posted here seem to be taken at the same time on location at Ewhurst I suspect around 1964/65? This beautiful shot has Maxine kneeling on the lawn trying to hide her perky little tits and failing 🙂
Two more Kamera Calendars to add to my collection arrived over the Christmas period, with the 1965 copy filling the only gap I had of the missing calendars. In that I mean I have scans of all calendars from other sources and members, plus 3 original copies I’ve purchased (1960. 1965 and 1966)
As you can see the quality of both Calendars is very good, with the only defect being a slight double print on the cover of the 1965 Calendar, as you can see two sets of Jayne Tracy’s eyes. The inside pages of each calendar are perfect, with little colour fading for 50 years old. You could hang them on the wall today and they wouldn’t look out of place and as you can see the 1965 calendar is attached to a company backing board. Both also came with their original envelopes, but those are a little worn as you can imagine, but did their job and protected the actual calendars. Another bargain win on eBay as I won both for £7.80 including postage, result!
I’ve started scanning the pages of both and will start to share them on here soon 🙂