Monique Devereux leaning against a wall and showing off a side profile her curvaceous body. The photo was taken by Harrison Marks at Walden Manor and this was on the side of the house with a patio and rectangle pond you can just see in the background. Walden Manor still exists today if you search it up on Google maps, but it doesn’t look like the pond survived, but in it’s time it had plenty of beauties posing around and in it!
A great shot of Monique from one of my original negatives and a great profile view of her enhanced tits!
A shot by Harrison Marks of a naked duo in the garden, with the blonde having a quick squeeze of her friends perky little tit. This still comes from the 1970 GHM film ‘Scouts Honour’, filmed at Ewhurst Manor and features Julie Adams and Delia Thomas (Blonde) laying on the blanket and looking lustfully at her friend! From the same set as this shot.
A very sexy looking Sue Chester posing on the edge of a garden border in stockings and garter. An amazingly sexy shot of Sue and her fabulous legs and figure, not the biggest of chests but a very nice pert pair regardless and taken by Russell Gay.
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.
Note: This image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Monique posing in the garden at Walden Manor (I think!) leaning over an ornamental planter and showing off her curvaceous body. If you look closely you can see that Monique has two nasty scars down the inside of her wrist, which I hadn’t noticed before, not that I would as I tend to be looking elsewhere! I wonder what they were all about? Thanks to Kevin for sending over this shot of Monique by Harrison Marks.