Joanna Kent – How To Ride a Chair Again! (Original)

June Palmer as Joanna Kent (Long blonde wig) in the studio posing nude as she sits on a chair backwards. A beautifully posed shot and she sure knows how to put a chair to good use when posing for a shot! Taken at Strobe Studio’s this set including the orange curtains has appeared in other June shots along with various other models.

June’s Rocky Reveal! (1964)

A beautiful shot of June Palmer taken at the same time as similar shots from She Walks in Beauty (1964). Posing on a Cornwall beach in an open long white negligee/dressing gown as she leans against some rocks June looks as radient as ever. Similar images of June appeared in SWiB here

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June Palmer – For All To See! (Original)

A studio shot of a maturing June Palmer from the 1970’s. Not much I really need to say as it’s all there for you to see. Her figure looks as fabulous as ever, even if starting to slightly round out, which isn’t a bad thing. plus a great view of her round tits and natural bush.

You can’t beat the classic poses of June during her early career, but these later shots still have their place and show you that she still had considerable sex appeal even in her later career 🙂

June Palmer – Leopardskin Look!

A collection of shots of a young June Palmer from the late 1950’s posing on a bed wearing a familiar pair of animal print panties and bamboo wallpaper in the background. These come from a collection of 20 black and white prints, along with several colour slides from the same set, plus 12 colour 3D Stereoview Slides in my collection.

June Palmer – Restrained in Black (Gallery)

Another set of June Palmer sent over by John posing on the ‘Metal Bars’ set. This time June is seen posing in black underwear and stockings, but no nudity this time! Taken in the 1970’s at Scotlee Studio’s I also have another couple of sets of 35mm negatives of June posing on the same set with the metal cage behind her

Looking at some of the things attached to the bars in the background it sure looks like it may have been used for restraining people or the odd bit of S & M!