The third image from a strip of 35mm negatives from John of June posing on a chair in a very sheer negligee! A great shot of June posing on the chair backwards and a great side view of her magnificent chest through that sheer negligee. You can see all of the images from this set of negatives here
A further three shots from a set of 11 images of June posing in a black negligee with a bookshelf and set of Encyclopedia Britannica’s in the background, not that the Encyclopedia’s are the main focus of interest here! June looks as glorious as ever and the rest of this set published so far can be found here
P is for Palmer! June Palmer of course and a perfect addition to anyone’s Xmas list. This particular shot is from a collection of excellent quality 10 by 8 prints sent over by Scott and features June with long hair and long necklace hanging down around one breast. Taken in 1965 it comes from the same set of images as these taken at Ewhurst Manor that also appeared in Dude magazine.
Two classic vintage models in one shot! June Palmer posing on the roof of a vintage Elva Courier out in the countryside, just outside Biggin Hill. At the time this shot was taken Biggin Hill was in Kent, UK, but now sits in the London Borough of Bromley.
June is actually dressed in these shots in a classic tight jumper and white skirt, so not your normal glamour shot, but maybe a couple of snapshots on the road? It’s hard to tell if they were snapshots as June did model with this and another car for this promo shot, but these look like they just stopped at a crossroads and took a few shots posing on the car. At a guess I’d say the location based on the crossroads sign was just off the B2024 near Tatsfield, as one of the signs points towards the local church.
Thanks to John W for these fabulous shots of June and the Elva Courier, not your normal June shots, but still some great memorabilia from back in the 60’s.
June Palmer from the 1970’s posing in a black tasselled bikini as she kneels on the psychedelic sofa. A very teasing shot as she slowly pulls down the front on the bottoms to reveal a hint of her natural hairy pussy below!
This comes from a set of 16 35mm black and white negatives I’m editing of June posing on the sofa as she strips our of that tasselled bikini, sent over from John W. Once I’ve finished the editing I’ll post the full set that I have, but there must be more as the end of the strip seems to be missing 😉
As it’s Halloween I thought I’d dig out an apt video from my collection with this 1963 Harrison Marks Loop featuring June Palmer in Kamera Cine Film No.33 ‘Flesh & Fantasie’. I think this was one of the first GHM/June Palmer glamour films I ever watched, although that version was online and very poor quality. Thankfully this much better version comes from John W and his June archive, who has also added some relevant music to it rather than keeping it silent.
I also remember seeing this film under a different title of Nightmare at Elm Manor, but you can see the original title at the beginning of the film. Elm Manor is of course Ewhurst Manor, which was used many times by GHM for shoots, but in this film you get to see the outside of the house, plus several rooms including a bedroom and front room with the fireplace and wooden benches either side. All of which have appeared in numerous photo’s by GHM including many of June. The film also features GHM’s pal Stuart Samuels as the villain/monster of June’s dream and he definitely had the gaunt features to play such a character! Lastly, let’s not forget the gorgeous June who looks absolutely fabulous stripped off in her long negligee as she moves around the house 🙂
*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited
June Palmer from a set of 35mm black and white negatives posing in the studio in the 1970’s in and out of a long sheer negligee. With longer hair June poses on a stool and the familiar sheepskin rug as she looses the negligee completely towards the end! Rather than publish the images individually I’ve decide to post a full gallery of images from this set below.
Enjoy and a big thank you to John W who sent these over ages ago, it’s just taken me a whilst to get them sorted and edited!
I couldn’t resist another shot from the set of June Palmer with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. Taken on the bed in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor, this fabulous shot has June flashing her perfectly round bosom as she looks directly at the camera with a very tempting look on her face!
Another stunning shot of June and thanks again to Scott, who is also selling the original print of this shot, plus some others of June and Tina Madison on his eBay site. Well worth a look if you want the original prints for your collection.
June Palmer posing with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. June looks absolutely stunning sat in that armchair with her top open exposing that fabulous body and perfect boobs and the location I think is probably Ewhurst Manor? The reason for the location and date is that this shot appears to be one very similar to those published in Dude Magazine (March 1965), where June has the same long hair and I know the rooms in that article are at Ewhurst. I also have 10 prints in total from this set, including several of June on the bed shown in the article and one of her with the candle in front of the fireplace. I also have a feeling that these may have been taken by Russell Gay as again I’ve seen similar shots of June in some of his publications. Plus there is a stamp on the back saying Graphic House Inc.
A simply stunning shot of June and thanks must go to Scott who contacted me via the site and sent over copies of this and his other original June prints. I had never seen these shots before, so it’s always a very nice surprise to see some new June images 🙂
Two shots of June Palmer on different magazine covers from the same photo shoot, but wearing different hats! The first is from Practical Photography (June 1966) and the second from the US publication Man Junior (November 1967). In both June is wearing a two piece white swimming costume and posing with a tulip in front of a 1950’s bull fighting poster, but wearing different hats.
The shoot obviously had a Spanish theme to it with the poster in the background and the two types of hats she is wearing, a Sombrero cordobés the smaller black hat and the more well known larger Sombrero. I prefer the first cover as it is just a standard photo of June, whereas the Man Junior cover looks to be lower quality giving it an almost painting feel to it.
Thanks to both John W and Paul from Firebird Records for the two different covers of June