Following on from this post of the first 3 models index cards, the final three cards featuring a trio of models with their height and vital statistics. These were again sent over by Tony, with some more very familiar faces (and figures!) on these cards and a few names I didn’t know, but recognised the face and body 🙂
I rather like this attractive model from a restored 35mm colour slide sent over by Paul from Firebird Records, but have no idea who she is? It comes from a set of 12 slides of this model posing in and stripping out of a sheer pink negligee on the wicker chair, but that’s about it! I’m not even sure that isn’t a wig which doesn’t help in trying to identify her, but anyone recognise her?
A bubbly Britt Hampshire posing in the sunken bath from Kamera No.80 P28 (1967). I do love a good reflection shot using mirrors and this shot of Britt by Harrison Marks is very well done. Not only are the bubbles strategically placed to hide anything, but if you look at her reflection there is a very well placed knob/tap covering her modesty.
A closely cropped shot of June Simpson from Solo No.5 P8 (1958) showing off her perfect lips and eyebrows, as well as that 1950’s hairstyle. But lets not forget June’s assets upfront as well 🙂
Not one of my images I’m afraid as it’s superb! This was posted by Kevin over on his Pinupmemories site, but as it’s Harrison Marks and the voluptuous Erica it would be rude not to share it here as well! Kevin is a regular contributor and supporter of the site and sends me no end of his original images, so it only seems fair to return the favour in some small way, so do go take a look at his own blog.
As to the image itself, it’s a scan from an original Pamar colour 35mm slide featuring Erica by Harrison Marks posing on the loft set. There are several slides of Erica from this set and Kevin previously sent this shot of her as well. As with all Pamar slides they were also posed/retouched for the UK market, so nothing too shocking to be seen on them. For the uncensored shots you need to get hold of the original negatives, which both Kevin and myself have a growing collection, not that this shot needed any retouching, just a well placed hand 🙂
Thanks as always to Kevin for his fabulous image archive and continued support.