The Unmistakable Eve Eden (1964)

She may be a blonde but there is no mistaking the stunning looks of Eve Eden! A shot of Eve during her short period as a blonde and one of two shots that appeared in Carnival Autumn Extra (1964). It’s been a while since I posted some pages from Carnival and toy forget how many of the models on this blog appeared throughout the editions over the years.

Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for sending this and the other scans over from this magazine and reminding me to look back through my archive of Carnival 🙂

Denise Deland – Busen No.9

The busty 1970’s model Denise Deland from Busen No.9 (1979) posing out and about! She also appeared in Busen No.7 and was your typical big busty model with hairy pussy from that period. I haven’t posted her here before, but have several shots of her on my old blogs and have a particular vivid image of her in nurses outfit!

A Trio of Bronzed Beauties – Kamera No.31 Cover (1960)

Mary Deigham, Jean Spaul (Sporle) and of course Pamela Green on the cover of Kamera No.31 (1960). All looking rather tanned as they pose nude, but Pam tanned more than the others, as I think she regularly topped up that tan at nudist camps 🙂

Erica – An Oiled Curvy Goddess! (1959)

This slicked up shot of a glistening body is of Erica as if you needed to guess and comes from Kamera No.20 P32 (1959). As I’ve said before it seems that Harrison Marks had a thing for Erica oiled up, as I’ve seen more or Erica with oil on her body than not. Just an observation, as what’s not to like about seeing Erica or her body at least and those oiled curves!

Cover Girl Revealed! (Original)

I love it when I come across some vintage glamour shots in my collection and I can trace them back to where they were published or other such details. Such is the case of the bushy ebony beauty above, as I have a collection of original images of her and several other natural beauties from the 1960’s. I have about 10-15 sets of models all of which I believed where from France or Europe due to the uncensored nature and style of the shots and I recognised several of the shots, so started digging through my archive.

To my delight some of them seem to have been published across two very similar publications in the 60’s that some of you may know with the titles ‘Cover Girl’ and ‘Exciting’. These were published by Nordisk Bladcentral, Copenhagen and distributed by Sangko-Norden, so I wasn’t far wrong with location and both magazines followed a very similar format. They both featured colour covers and back pages of a featured model, as well as a colour centrefold, the rest were black and white shots, but sometimes with a single coloured border or bi-coloured. All of the models had one thing in common, they were nearly all natural and showing off their thick bushy curls, as above as an example. I even have several copies of both publications in my own collection and you can see the cover and back page of Cover Girl No.12 featuring the same model below.

Now for the tenuous Harrison Marks link as not only did Nordisk Bladcentral publish these two magazines in the 1960’s, but several others as well including titles such as as Play-Girl, Bazaar, Lotus, Charme, Nouvelle Serie De Revue and Nouvelle Serie De Studio.  Nearly all featured re-prints of Harrison Marks work from Kamera and his other publications and feature all the familiar models we know and love, with one slight difference. All of his images have had pussy hair brushed back into the shots, even on the likes of June Palmer, when we know she was clean shaven until late in her career. So from the look of the images I have and the content of these magazines the Europeans back then sure loved their women to have a full natural look 😉

So there you have it more of my collection traced back to point of publication, which for me always has a feeling of satisfaction. The only missing pieces of the puzzle are the model name and photographer? Finally, if anyone has any copies of Cover Girl or Exciting out there I’d love copies to see if I have any other models in my collection that also appeared within the pages of these magazines? Very doubtful I know, as they seem to be rather rare and hard to find out there. 🙂