Following on from this post of the first 3 models index cards, the final three cards featuring a trio of models with their height and vital statistics. These were again sent over by Tony, with some more very familiar faces (and figures!) on these cards and a few names I didn’t know, but recognised the face and body 🙂
Jayne Tracey posing outdoors in a very long chain and open negligee, but very little else from Amber No.52. I always liked Jayne’s hair as it had that very classic 1960’s style, plus she was blonde and I have a thing for blondes 🙂
Two fantastic female figures from the cover of Forms in Color Vol.1 No.3 (1966). Forms in Color was one of a number of continental magazines that regularly featured the work of Harrison Marks, with many of the images in it have not been retouched, unlike the UK versions. The magazine was produced quarterly and printed in Copenhagen from the mid-sixties, published by Edition Studia and the issues were printed with both German and English text, as did many continental magazines of that time.
This edition features Tina Graham (Christine Carter) on the cover and Jayne Tracey brining up the rear on the back cover!
A great uncensored shot of Jayne Tracey posing against the pole on the spaceship set and photographed by Harrison Marks. From an original negative scanned and sent over by Kevin, looks like she’s about to do a pole dance and I’d pay to see that! She was also very neat and tidy down below, very little for the censors to retouch 🙂
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The start of a small set of 5 images of Jayne Tracey from my own 35mm negative collection. This set has Jayne posing in a little black sheer negligee and has her sat in this comfy chair as well as posing at a dressing table in different poses. No nudity in these shots as you can clearly see her black underwear below the sheer negligee, but I suppose there may be later shots to this set where things come off to reveal more of Jayne, unfortunately I haven’t seen any! A great start to the set with this shot and captures the feel of a 1960’s boudoir really well, with more to come soon and loving the silver shoes!
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