Ann Wilson – Primed To Go Off!

A restored 10 by 8 print of the lovely Ann Wilson posing in some very fancy stockings, frilly knickers and a cannon! Hope it’s not loaded as having Ann pose with it like that might make it go off! Love the frilly white knickers and Ann’s small pert tits 🙂

Dawn in Denim (Original)

Dawn Grayson from a set of 6 restored original 35mm colour slides posing topless in a pair of blue denim jeans from Firebird Records. As you can see the set features Dawn posing in the studio with sheer netting as a background posing topless in jeans but eventually stripping off and posing in various positions nude. I have at least 3 more slides available from this set with those I’ve published so far here. I also have another set of 6 slides of Dawn on the same set, but totally nude 🙂

Low Cut & Sheer (1960’s)

Welcome to the first post of 2017 after the Christmas break! Starting with an image of a model from the 1960’s with so much going on in it! Not only do we get a provocative pose from the model showing off her tits above and low cut bra, but you also get a flash of hairy pussy through those sheer panties! Lobe the frilly suspender belt, but not sure about the garish decore!

Happy New Year to everyone 🙂

Nubile Neva (Original)

The model only known as Neva from an original negative by Harrison Marks taken on the Beach Set. Unfortunately I have very few shots of Neva, which is a real shame as she has the most fantastic thick lush bush on her!

What I do know is that Neva was from Trinidad and posed for one set of stills in January 1966. Photographs from this, which were taken on the Lantern Cottage set and the adjoining beach set appeared in Kamera No’s 74 & 76, one calendar shot from July 1968 and a further two uncensored shots from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 (1969), but that’s it. 

Rosalie Peters – Bobble Hat & Boots! (1967)

Rosalie Peters wearing just a bobble hat, boots and gloves from Kamera No.79 P28 (1967). I couldn’t resist scanning and posting this from my new collection of Kamera magazines, as the theme seemed quite appropriate on the run up to Xmas.

A beautifully posed shot of Rosalie, but I could never understand the need for the long blonde wig? Rosalie also appears on the cover of Kamera No.79 along with 15 other pages, including two colour shots in the centre pages. All are snow themed or taken on the Winter/Festive set by Harrison Marks, so one does wonder if this was the December edition from 1967?