Doris Hurst – Reclined & Ready! (Original)

Another shot of Doris Hurst from the same set as these shots. I love Doris and her fabulous 1950’s figure and big round firm boobs. This crisp clear copy comes from Girlymag and needed very little in the way of restoring/editing to show her off in the best light. Shame the hands are strategically placed to protect her decency, but what we can see is worth it! I think I have a further two shots from this set to share in the near future, which isn’t enough!

Doris Hurst – Round & Firm (Original)

Someone asked for another shot of Doris Hurst, so I aim to please with another shot of her from the same set as this shot. I had a few comments about Doris looking similar to other stars from the 1960’s including June Thorburn and Liz Fraser and I agree there are some similarities.  I don’t think either of the other two revealed as much as Doris, although Liz was portrayed a busty blonde, that always seemed to end up stripped off down to her underwear in ‘Carry On’ films!

I love Doris and her fabulous 1950’s figure and big round firm boobs. This crisp clear copy comes from Girlymag and needed very little in the way of restoring/editing to show her off in the best light.

 

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Eve Eden – A Perched Pose (Original)

A second restored silver gelatin photo from this set of Eve Eden posing in high heels and white panties on a wall! The others I’ve published so far can be found here and thanks to Girlymag for sending over this great set of Eve.

Toni Rees – Deliciously Curvy (Original)

A restored silver gelatin print of Toni Rees showing off her fabulous body and curves and in my mind that’s a proper woman’s figure! Another top quality print sent over by Tom from Girlymags.

 

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Doris Hurst – They Don’t Make Them Like They Used To! (Original)

The stunning elegance of 1950’s model Doris Hurst and I’ve come across two copies of this same print from two different sources, so again obviously printed multiple times back then for distribution. This crisp clear copy comes from Girlymag and needed very little in the way of restoring/editing doing to it, but shows off Doris’s fine assets at their very best!

I don’t know why but Doris seems to come across a lot older than she probably was, something to do with the hair style back then? I bet she wasn’t much older than her 20’s though at a guess, but I’ve never a good judge at ages!

 

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