A stunning rear view of June Simpson taken by Harrison Marks in 1958 in the conservatory of Pamela Green’s parents. It’s a perfect view of June’s figure and rounded rear, along with that very 1950’s style platinum blonde hair. There is also a hint of pussy between those legs or at least an outline, but think this is the most I’ve ever seen from June down there! In fact I don’t recall seeing any uncensored shots of June that go further than this?
Images of June and Pam from this shoot appeared in Kamera No.18 and No.19 and some shots of June in Solo No.5 but I’ve not seen this shot published, unless of course I missed it!
One of the few shots I have of Angela Jones with dark hair. I’m not see if it was a wig or dyed, but probably a wig and also taken at the same time as this shot of her in the grounds at Walden Manor. Either as a blonde or dark haired it’s a great shot of Angela, her slender body and that very tidy little ‘V’ of her smooth mound 🙂
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.
I love this shot of
an unknown model from the 1960’s Monika Ringwald as it’s one of those shots that has a bit of everything and pushes all the right buttons! I love the fact she is sat astride the fence in fishnets and white panties. Throw in the perfectly small white tits caused by the suntan and it’s a great shot!
Update: Originally I had no clue who this model was and found the original negative being sold on eBay.com and assumed it originated from the states. How wrong I was, as the image was taken by Terry Sparks and the model was Monika Ringwald and thanks to Terry the location was actually one he used many times before, Pegwell Bay down in Kent. Here is what Terry had to say when he saw this image – The picture you published is I think one of mine. I was commissioned by an American to do a stockings set of Monika and all the unprocessed films were given directly to him. So I have never seen the results of my efforts and I am rather curious as to how they have suddenly materialised after all these years.
Well there you go, it’s a small world! I now have several other images of Monika and those great little white tits, sent over by Terry that you can see here.
We’ve had cigarette’s, now for booze and fast cars! A brilliant shot of June posing for a publicity shot or advert I assume, sat on the back of a vintage car with a glass of wine in hand.
The Grasshopper Inn, which is prominent in the shot still exists today and can be found in Westerham, Kent and is advertised as a privately owned, recently restored, beautiful Tudor building set in the idyllic Kent countryside. There are many images of the Inn online, but I couldn’t find this particular view, but I’m sure it has changed considerably since then! It is also close to Oxted and I have other shots of June from this same shoot with her sat on the bonnet and roof of the darker vintage car at a crossroads with Oxted on a sign.
The darker car is possibly a Jaguar, as may the white one be, but not 100% sure? A great piece of June Memorabilia that is different from the normal glamour related stuff and a snapshot of things back then.
Update: Thanks to MadMax who sent this message to me – ‘The cars are both Elva Couriers and this looks very like a publicity photoshoot for advertising or brochures. Elva were based in Bexhill, then Hastings so this part of Kent would have been almost on their doorstep.’. Madmax is spot on because if you go to the Elva website there are two colour photo’s taken outside the Grasshopper at the same time as the one above, one even has June in it with the title “Arrive in style and enjoy a glass of ‘warm’ beer and a Babycham for your lady.” – Fantastic and thanks to MadMax.
On further searching I’ve found another shot of June posing in a bikini in a white Elva here, that identifies the car as a 1961 Trojan-built MkIII Elva Courier. I also found ‘Fast Elva Ladies’ Page featuring June in two shots as well here. Which then also led me to this image of June I’d already posted in the now identified car 🙂
I love stumbling across things like this and all from one image 🙂 More images of June and the Elva to come …
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