Oh Mandy! (Original)

UK model Mandy Morgan from an original 35mm negative sent over by Paul from Firebird Records. Mandy is another new model to the site, but one I was going to publish shortly anyway, as I have a set of 4 original 35mm colour slides of her as well. I know very little in the way of background to Mandy, other than she appeared in Spick & Span, Girl Illustrated and a few other typical 1960’s glamour publications. In this image and the others I have, Mandy has small very cone liked shaped tits that look a bit odd, but hey tits are tits 🙂

June Palmer – Kamera No.69 (1965)

A Cleopatra-esque June Palmer on the Roman Bath set from Kamera No.69 P43 (1965). A very seductive look from her, plus we get to see almost all of her tits through the sheer dress material. Kamera No.69 was a popular edition for June, as she not only appears on the cover, but also on 12 of the 48 pages inside.

Dawn Grayson – Girl Illustrated Vol.4 No.38 Cover (1970)

I’ve posted this cover featuring Dawn Grayson before, but it was a very poor quality version even by my standards. Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records I now have a much better version of Girl Illustrated Vol.4 No.38 (1970) cover featuring Dawn. What wasn’t obvious to me until I saw a clearer version is the sneaky view of one her her small pert tits in the shadows of the shot, very discreetly done I think! Enjoy the better version of this cover and dawn 🙂

Marie’s Wet But Hot Look! (1959)

Marie Deveraux from the pages of Solo No.8 P14 (1959), which is solely dedicated to her by Harrison Marks. A very wet looking Marie, but at the same time looking extremely hot as that soaked dress clings to all the right places. I love how she pulls that wet dress tight against her body, making it cling to those big round tits. An extremely wet but hot shot!

Louise Worth – Kamera No.80 (1967)

Louise Worth sat posing on a four poster bed from Kamera No.80 P31 (1967) by Harrison Marks. I thought the four poster bed was a set, but I’m not so sure it wasn’t a bedroom at Ewhurst Manor, as it seems to appear in other shoots?