Rochelle Lofting by Harrison Marks from a 5½ by 3½ Glossy Print that was advertised in The Harrison Marks Glamour guide. There were several sets of Rochelle on offer for sale, but this shot came from set No.243 on page 11. This set of 5 prints has Rochelle posing naked on a leopardskin rug with the striped curtains in the background.
A double meaning to the title this time, in that it’s a play on Eva’s surname Wild and a bit of a wild shot as she’s laying on a leopardskin rug 🙂 Still a great early shot of Eva Wild by Harrison Marks, but he did like his animal skin rugs back then didn’t he!
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Another restored print from the Oxxbridge collection, but this time a Harrison Marks shot of Thelma laying on the leopardskin rug! This shot appears to have been taken in the late 1950’s as similar sgots with the same rug appear in both Kamera No.4 (1957) and Kamera No.11 (1958), the later featuring Thelma in colour on the cover and centre pages. Shots that appeared in Kamera and some that weren’t were also mass printed and sold as individual prints and postcards and sold (probably under the counter in plain brown paper bags!) to the discerning collector.
Thelma is one of those stunning beauties that has a certain Latin look to her, but was probably born and raised in the UK, similar to Julie (Shearing), as looks can deceive!
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The distinguishable June Simpson posing in the shadows on leopard skin rug for Lawrence Venn. This was taken from the back page of Photographic Rhythm No.1 (1950’s) by Lawrence Venn and it almost looks as though she’s mounting/riding that leopard in this shot!
Another shot of Thelma from Kamera No.4 (1957), this time a studio shot of her kneeling on a leopardskin rug. These Latin looking girls such as Thelma and Julie sure liked their big earrings as well!
And we’re back and let’s start with a wonderful shot of the rather magnificent Paula Page and her bountiful boobs on full display from Kamera No.30 (1960). How could you call this shot anything other than art, just look at the pose, the background and of course the leopardskin rug 🙂