A kneeling Valerie Jones giving us a great view of her beautiful hanging fruits! From a restored 35mm colour slide, again sent over by member Whyriley 🙂
Three shots of Judy Geeson and Sandy Morrow from restored silver gelatin photo’s and from a set of 12 images of them both stripping out of their clothes down to just stockings and heels.
These two don’t have the most voluptuous of figures compare to some models and both have small perky tits, but both have cracking rear ends! Especially Judy as hers looks particularity rounded, almost heart shaped as her waist goes inwards. I know if I was presented with that rear view I wouldn’t say no!
An outstanding image of Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) stood nude with her hands on hips from a restored silver gelatin photo. Here you get to see all of Sylvana, including her well developed bosom and perfectly smooth nether region. she had a very nasty scar just below her belly button, which in some shots is seen, but others carefully hidden. Either way what a fabulous figure on full view!
Another unknown model that I have several sets of, including the two shots above. I have no idea who she is, but again she looks familiar to me, but the name escapes me! The sets look to be late 1960’s and I’d guess taken at Scotlee Studio’s, as I’ve seen that bath in the top shot in a couple of June Palmer sets also taken at Scotlee. But who is she, anyone got any ideas?
Update: Thanks to ilfordianuk I now recognise her as Jo Peters, 1960’s and 70’s model that appeared in Spick & Span and later as a ‘Page 3’ girl in the Sun newspaper.
Now here’s an interesting collection! A set of six cards (3 more coming soon!) featuring a trio of models with their height and vital statistics. These were again sent over by Tony, who was wondering what they were used for?
I’ve never seen these before, but my best guess was that they were index type cards produced to either to show off models for customers wanting to buy photo sets of their favourite models. Or index cards used to promote models for hire with photographers, which would make sense with having the statistics on the cards. What do you think?
Some very familiar faces (and figures!) on these cards and a few I didn’t know, such as Shelly Davis. Thanks again to Tony for sending over the copies and I think he’s going to be putting the whole set up on eBay soon, so look out for them if your interested.