I openly admit I’m a huge fan of Sylvia Bayo (Lucienne Camille) as I just love her figure and those incredible tits and nipples! I try and collect anything of hers for my collection when I see it, but her stuff is so difficult to find out there.
Here is a good copy of her appearance in Mayfair Magazine Vol. 5 No.1 (January 1970), plus a copy of an advert from Mayfair Vol.6 No.5 (May 1971). The main feature shows Sylvia posing in and around the bedroom and I believe, but I may be mistaken that the shots were taken by Terry Sparks? The shot of her in white string vest and the advert come from stills of the Mayfair Film ‘Girl Friday’ which I’ve already posted here. You can’t beat a bit of Bayo and my favourite shots from this have to be the string vest with those tits and nipples sticking out and the view of her fabulous arse from beind with the red top hitched up, perfect!
After my earlier post of a lunchbox this print seemed like an appropriate follow up! An original 5 by 3½ promotional print of Hazel Taylor offering up a box of crisps for your delight. To be honest when I first saw it I recognised Hazel, but thought it was a box of cereal she was holding, then I realized it was crisps! That’s one hell of a large box of ready salted crisps and I didn’t realize that they came in big boxes like that back in the 60’s? That would definitely not fit in the lunchbox from earlier 🙂
Hazel has a great smile in this shot in her blue bra and I’d definitely go buy some crisps after seeing this, in fact it’s made me quite hungry, must be time for lunch!
As an unrelated aside Meredith & Drew made crisps and biscuits back in the 1960’s and were originally established in 1891. They had around five percent of the British crisps market by 1963 and produced biscuit favourites still around today such as shortcake, currant shortcake, Nice, Bourbon, custard cream and ginger nuts. I used to love ginger nuts! The full history on Meredith & Drew can be found here if your interested?
Finally, what other site gives you tits, history and education all in the same place 🙂
Another promotional shot by London photo agency Cowderoy & Moss Ltd featuring June Palmer and Eve Eden posing on a couple of Lambretta Scooters with two fellow male models in nice jumpers. Obviously meant to look as though they are riding the scooters as they pose, just a shame you can see the stands are down holding the scooters in place! I love these different shots of June and Eve showing a glamour models life wasn’t all nudes and boobs 🙂
Another fabulous shot of June Palmer from this set of promotional shots by London photo agency Cowderoy & Moss Ltd featuring June posing on a Lambretta Scooter. This time we see June getting friendly with a male friend sat beside a scooter at a crossroads on the A2. I love the fact the sign post is in the shot as it pinpoints the location as the crossroads on the Hawkhurst Road, where the A21 crosses the A268.
I would also say it was taken at the same location as the shot below of Eve Eden and June for several reasons. It’s the same registration plate on both scooters, June is wearing the same outfit and if you look at the building in the background I’m sure it’s the same door in this Google street view, which is again on the A21/A268 crossroads?
Thanks to John W for a copy of this new print of June at the crossroads 🙂
I finally have the fourth slide from the Esquire 35mm colour slide set No.48 featuring June Simpson posing nude in a red paddling pool! I’ve restored the colour on all four now and you can see scans of the original slides before restoration below. I’ve also included the original advert for the set that was featured in a catalogue for Esquire slide sets. As you will see these were part of a set of 8, but don’t think the other 4 slides were of June, but I may be wrong? All of the the images of June in the red paddling pool I’ve posted so far can be found here.
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Another promotional shot by London photo agency Cowderoy & Moss Ltd featuring June posing on a Lambretta Scooter. This time we see June down at the beach, sat astride the scooter in a fetching pair of striped pants, white cardigan top and scarf, as she hands off her bag to a chap in a beach hut! I always enjoy seeing this different side of June and her non glamour work during the height of her career. It seems like she had enjoyed posing on Scooters and cars a lot 🙂
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When I found this first shot of June and Eve Eden posing on a Lambretta Scooter I had hoped I would find more, but had never found any until now! I saw this shot several weeks ago being sold over on eBay by Teri Martine, but knew it would be popular so never bid on it. Fortunately for me John W did and he won it along with a few others, so I now have a copy to share.
The text that accompanied this image from Teri on eBay suggested that it was June posing on the back of a British Lambretta scooter and was done for the company that made the scooters and quite possible it was used for one of their ads in a magazine. John also sent me some other shots of June posing in the studio on a Lambretta for the company Cowderoy & Moss Ltd, so this could also be for them?
The other model is Eve Eden who did another commercial with June on a scooter and potentially that was the first shot of the two I posted. A fantastic piece of memorabilia and thanks to John for sending me a copy of this image featuring two of my favourite models. Surprisingly the first shot of June and Eve is one of my most popular images and they even had their clothes on!
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A two page advert from a photographic magazine in 1959 (title unknown) offering the delightful services of a young June Palmer. I do like a bit of memorabilia of June and there were a couple of lines that made me chuckle in this advert, ‘A Very Good Model Indeed’ is very understated and I love the old style telephone number that uses words and numbers. I also like the fee per hour of £1 10 6, which works out in today’s prices as about £85 an hour. For an hour photographing June cheap at half the price and worth every penny. I know others have photographed June at various times throughout her career including John, so I’m curious what did they pay for the privilege of shooting June?