A beautiful shot of Sylvia Bayo posing in the bedroom in white panties from an original copy of a 10 by 8 print I own. I’m always looking out for new stuff of Sylvia, so snapped this up when I saw it, as not a shot I’ve seen published anywhere before. No identifying marks on the back of the print other than it has a stamp for Galaxy publications.
Another unknown 1960’s model sent over by John from Oxxbridge Galleries from a scan of an original print. This one shows a model in black panties, a pair of small tits and guns to match! Not quite sure why the guns, but it did make me come up with all types of suggestive titles, such as, who will unload first, give me both barrels and many more about loaded weapons, but I settled for the title above 🙂
After commenting yesterday that I was running out of snow shots for the festive season up popped this shot in my inbox from Terry, with the following note:
‘Looking at the site today I see that you say you are running out of snow pictures. I thought you may like the attached shot of me working with a French girl called Marieange, in the snow at Walden Manor. The quality is not great, it’s from a print given to me by Jim Clark (owner of Walden Manor) who took it. This was my first shoot with this girl and I also had a session with her and Rena Brown working together behind closed doors in a Boutique in Camden Town.’
Fantastic candid shot of Terry himself at work, although I’m not sure about the white winter coat and the poor girl must have been frozen like that! I’d love to see some of the Rena Brown shots as have so few of her for the site, but a big thanks to Terry for this great shot and always worth sharing.
Marie Deveraux posing between a couple of marble columns giving us a glimpse of her own beauties! Thanks to Kevin for sending through this scan of an original print of Marie
possible taken by Harrison Marks.
Two shots of June out and about in London from the 1960’s sent through by John from scans of original prints. The bottom shot seems to be
in Trafalgar square the Queen Victoria Memorial looking up the Mall, with Buckingham Palace behind you (Thanks Yak!), but the top shot is difficult to pin point unless anyone knows London well? Despite that two excellent shots of June dressed and out on location.
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice, but can be individually shared as long as the image remains unaltered and this website is acknowledged as the source.
A wonderful print of Paula Page filling out an armchair with all her charms sent over by Kevin. Loving the matching cushion and arm protectors on the chair, very 1960’s!