A little uncensored set of Audrey Judson (Kim Courtenay) posing in the hallway at Ewhurst Manor. I like this set because I’ve not come across many shots of Audrey to publish, it’s based at Ewhurst and finally she has a great body and pussy on her, so why not! The images are not up to the usual standard as they are from small scans I found, but restored them the best I could. I would love to get better versions of these and know if there were any more? Still good enough to share though and the first three are my favourites!
A wonderful colour shot of Nancy Roberts by Russell Gay that was re-printed in the ‘1950’s Glamour Book’, but probably appeared originally in either QT or Model, both published by Russell Gay. I’m not sure where it appeared, but this shot has the typical squared background that he used in many of his shots for those publications. Regardless Nancy looks stunning in this shot with her hair pulled back.
I saw this 35mm colour negative being sold over on eBay and instantly recognised the model as Britt Hampshire, so put in a bid for it and thankfully won it! I love the contrasting colours in this shot, the yellow background and Britt’s blonde hair, against the red and black of the negligee. Add in the fact you can see one of her pert nipples through the sheer red negligee and it was an instant hit with me, and a bargain at £1.29!
Note: This image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Restored from an original print, Pamela Green by Harrison Marks posing on her knees nude in the front parlour! An early shot of Pam, before being a blonde (redhead stage?), I have several shots from this set of her posing in various locations around GHM’s flat (I assume it’s his place?). A great shot of a nude Pam in front of the dresser 🙂
The cover of Kamera No.36 (1960) featuring one of my big busted favourites, Erica. This comes from a scan of my own copy from my growing collection of Kamera magazines and needed very little doing to it, apart from a tweak to the colours, as this copy is in near perfect condition for it’s age, with the cover only slightly faded.