The Gypsy Princess (Original)

A scan of the original negative of Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (Pamela Green) posing on the ‘Gypsy Set’ that appeared in the pages of Kamera No.40 (1962). I haven’t published a PSH image for a while, so about time I did and I love this shot and the clarity compared to the same image from Kamera No.40 that I posted here back in 2014. Beautiful shot of Pam as PSH and thanks as always to Simon for sending over this original from his Pam archives 🙂

 

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The Gypsy Girl

Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (Pamela Green) posing on the ‘Gypsy Set’ from the pages of Kamera No.40 (1962). I haven’t published a PSH image for a while, so about time I did and I love this shot. Covering your body from head to foot with black boot polish must have been a nightmare, but as with everything Pamela put her hand to it was done very well. It must have been a bugger to scrub off afterwards, but I’m sure she would have got plenty of offers of help 🙂

Princess Sonmar H’Arricks in the Hay!

A beautifully restored shot of Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (or Harricks depending on who you speak to!) by Harrison Marks and used in he 1961 Kamera calendar.  Her name is an anagram of Harrison Marks if you didn’t already know and god knows how long it took her to ‘black’ up for these shots.

Thanks to Simon for the huge scans of the 1961 calendar that allowed me to restore the images to the quality above.  I previously published the images from the 1961 calendar, but will be replacing them over the next few weeks with bigger and better shots.




Note: All images, original or otherwise have been carefully edited and restored where required and a lot of effort has gone into this and may be subject to this copyright notice.  Please feel free to share, but kindly link back to this original if sharing elsewhere, Many Thanks! – Wonder

Princess Sonmar H’Arriks

Pamela Green in a striking pose as Princess Sonmar H’Arriks, complete with dark wig and body fully covered in boot polish, again going the extra mile for the sake of her art.