Another popular 1980’s model Karen Mifflin (Karen Scott) cooling off with the aid of a hose! Taken in 1982 shots from this set of Karen went on to appear in Mayfair Vol.17 No.5 (May 1983), which she also appeared on the cover, Escort Vol.3 No.8 (1983) and Gent (April 1985) to name a few. The above shot wasn’t published but comes for an original negative sent over by Kevin. A very suggestive pose in the way she’s holding the hose if ever I saw one!
A stunning olive skinned 1980’s beauty with a fabulous body and dark lush bush 🙂
A beautiful original shot sent over by Kevin that is too good not to share! An unknown model taken in the studio by Harrison Marks, that at first looked a lot like Maria Clarence, but it’s definitely not her. I’ve seen this short haired model before in the pages of Kamera, but the editions escape me at the moment, but what a fabulous figure she has and a cracking pair of nipples too! Not a perfect figure, but then define a perfect figure? But I do love the curve of her tummy in this shot and the use of the shadows all add to making it a very sensuous and appealing shot.
I’ve also added her to the growing list on the unknown models page as unknown No.53, so if anyone can ID her do let me know?
A very artistic view of a nude Della Fox posing with a jug and vase from a restored 35mm colour slide. I like the way she’s only wearing a pearl necklace and how it’s draped around her tit’s like a frame, as if highlighting them. Not that they need highlighting 🙂
A beautiful shot of Annlyse posing on a black background for Harrison Marks from an original medium format negative sent over by Kevin. Annlyse wasn’t the most well endowed model to pose for GHM, but she had a cracking figure and a wicked smile. A great shot and I do like the shots GHM took using a black background and lighting to one side to highlight the model.
Vivienne Warren posing in the studio with a few cushions and rug from an original negative by Harrison Marks circa 1963.
Sandra Cassano (Isobella Cassano) by Harrison Marks on the joint Lantern Cottage/Beach Set showing off her sultry looks.
Sandra did three photo shoots with Harrison Marks, two in the studio as above and one at his London flat. Fifteen of the photographs were published, the first of them in Kamera No.74 (1966) and then in No.76 & No.77. The final shot also taken on the Lantern Cottage Set appears on the July page of the 1967 Kamera Calendar. She also appears in two of the newer colour slide sets produced by Harrison Marks, each containing 8 slides of her. Set No.65 features her on the beach set similar to above and set No.66 features her posing at GHM’s flat, similar to this shot.
The model only known as Neva from an original negative by Harrison Marks taken on the Beach Set. Unfortunately I have very few shots of Neva, which is a real shame as she has the most fantastic thick lush bush on her!
What I do know is that Neva was from Trinidad and posed for one set of stills in January 1966. Photographs from this, which were taken on the Lantern Cottage set and the adjoining beach set appeared in Kamera No’s 74 & 76, one calendar shot from July 1968 and a further two uncensored shots from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 (1969), but that’s it.
A fabulous shot of Angela Duncan from the ‘Fluffy Bunny‘ set, as she lays on that fluffy rug and teases us with those big tits. This shot is out of sequence from my recent posts from this set, but Kevin recently sent through several more from this set to share, so why not! One thing you do notice is the damp patch between Ms Duncan’s legs showing through her panties, so maybe she got a little too excited during this shoot?
I heard that Geraldine ‘Sequin’ Garner (Geri Tamburello) passed away on December 15th. A fabulous burlesque dancer and striptease queen, with a very unique style and presence she will surely be missed by all her fans old and new, including me.
S is for Sophia Dawn looking damn sexy in this shot wearing long black gloves, black corset and stockings as she sits straddling a chair. Not a Harrison Marks shot, but from a ToCo publication such as Spick & Span, but for the life of me can’t remember which one or the edition?