A stunning 1960’s unknown beauty in the bath from a set of 6 original 6 by 4 prints sent over by John from Oxxbridge Galleries. I’ll post the full set shortly but this alluring model looks so familiar, but I cannot name her at all. I think it’s a US model, but I keep thinking I’ve seen her in UK Films or TV back in the 1960’s like ‘Carry on’ films of James Bond. Anyone know who she is and can put me out my misery?
Regardless of who is she it’s a stunning shot of her in the bath and the colours restored really well. I also have 2 other sets of her, one alone and one modelling with another equally attractive nude model. It’s a tough job going through all these nude images, but someone has to do it 🙂
The beautiful 1960’s US model Brenda Denaut (Mardi Arquette) from a set of 6 restored colour prints. She seems to be wearing a silver/blonde wig in this set but it’s definitely Brenda and her fabulous tits posing in stockings and red panties. Only a small set of 6 images of Brenda posing on what looks to be a very busy office set, but thanks to Oxxbridge Galleries for these great images 🙂
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Two shots of an unknown strawberry blonde posing on a pink sofa from a fabulous set of restored colour prints sent over by John from Oxxbridge. I’ve seen this model before in other sets of prints and various US magazines from the 1960’s not no idea who she is, although I assume she is a US model? Fabulous figure and love the black and red panties in the second shot, a stark contrast against those milky white tits.
A couple of great colour 6 by 4 prints from the 1960’s sent over by John from Oxxbridge Galleries. This time they feature a lounging Ann Walker posing nude on a bed with blue silk sheets. These come from a set of 7 shots of Ann posing on the bed and the colours in these prints had hardly faded at all and were nearly as crisp and clean as the day they were taken and needed very little restoration. Superb shots of Ann and her fab figure.
Tina Madison from a restored 6 x 4 print, that I had seen before but the clarity and colours in this copy are superb! It’s also a very nice shot of Tina to be fair and I have several others of her from the same set. I normally crop off the border, but I’ve just left the print as is this time and just restored the colour and removed the odd speck of dust. So borders on or off?
Thanks to John from Oxxbridge Galleries for this and a huge collection of fabulous colour prints, some of which I’ve never seen before. More to come soon 🙂