Ann Walker – Solo No.26 Cover (1962)

Ann Walker on the cover of Solo No.26 (1962) by Harrison Marks. Posing in an office location and wearing that odd polka dot hat or bow as in this shot. I think she was maybe meant to be a maid or servant of some sort, as in another shot from the same magazine she is also seen wearing a matching polka dot apron, but not a lot else. In total there are 8 images in Solo No.26 of Ann in this outfit and she could serve me like that any day!

Ann Walker – Slipping Further Into Desire (Original)

Another two restored 10 by 8 prints of the lovely Ann Walker posing outdoors only just wearing a black slip! These two shots follow on from this previous published shot and show Ann revealing more of her fabulous body and tits as the black slip falls lower down her body! Loving the perky nipples in the first shot 🙂

Thanks as always to Scott for these superb shots of Ann.

Ann Walker – A Slow Reveal! (Original)

A restored 10 by 8 print of the lovely Ann Walker posing outdoors only just wearing a black slip! A very teasing shot of Ann with her finger in her mouth like that, wondering if she should let the slip go or not! I’d forgotten what a great figure and pair of tits Ann had, but it’s always good to remind yourself every now and then 🙂

Thanks again to Scott for this shot of Ann and he’s selling this shot and others of Ann over on his eBay site here

Ann Walker – Wanting To Burst Free! (Original)

A beautiful shot of Ann Walker laying on the bed highlighted by the light from a window. Sometimes it’s not always about the nudity (OK, most of the time it is!) rather than the tease or anticipation of what is to come. This is one of those shots that falls into that category, where we see Ann’s bosom and cleavage straining in her bra, almost ready to burst free. You can just imagine it and what is to come!


A Trio of Beauties (Original)

Now here’s an interesting collection! A set of six cards (3 more coming soon!) featuring a trio of models with their height and vital statistics. These were again sent over by Tony, who was wondering what they were used for?

I’ve never seen these before, but my best guess was that they were index type cards produced to either to show off models for customers wanting to buy photo sets of their favourite models. Or index cards used to promote models for hire with photographers, which would make sense with having the statistics on the cards. What do you think?

Some very familiar faces (and figures!) on these cards and a few I didn’t know, such as Shelly Davis. Thanks again to Tony for sending over the copies and I think he’s going to be putting the whole set up on eBay soon, so look out for them if your interested.