Marie’s Precarious Position! (Original)

Marie Provost posing in a very precarious position stood wearing high heels on a windowsill at Ewhurst Manor!  I don’t have many of Marie but this came from Kevin and is a different shot indeed. Love the open blouse, sheer panties over the suspenders and stockings and ornate dining chair to the right, but god knows why she got up there!

A Windswept Wendy (1964)

A smiling Wendy Luton posing by the wing of a vintage car I can’t quite identify from what I can see?  She seems to be posing out on location in what seems to be a hay field and I would hazard a guess at this being taken at the same time as shots of her that appear in ‘She Walks in Beauty’ and Kamera No.61, so 1964.  An uncensored shot of Wendy, but not much retouching required by the looks of it, as she kept things tidy down there!

Looking Back on Black! (Original)

A stunning shot of an unknown ebony model with a fantastic pair of huge tits! Throw in the beautiful black pussy and boots and this shot is a winner in my books. One of two negatives sent to me by Jim Barker from Nostalgia Publications, he originally thought they were of Sylvia Bayo.  I’m sad to say I don’t think they are Sylvia, as the tits and nipples and body proportions look different, but Sylvia does appear in this shot!

I love the whole composition of this shot from the way she is stood with that red dress open exposing her big tits and pussy, the black boots and the reflection of her face in the full mirror.  So much going on you don’t know where to look next (apart from the obvious places!).

Once you do get past the obvious and start to look at the rest of the shot you will notice the adverts and images of models on the wall around the mirror and room.  The models I do recognise are Sue Bond (directly above the mirror) and Sylvia Bayo (above the models left shoulder). The others I can’t quite distinguish even at full size, although the portrait of the model and child top left look familiar and I can’t quite make out the name on the facial shot? This came as a Harrison Marks shot, but not entirely sure it is?

Finally, I just love the adverts on the wall for mens trousers! ‘Slack Power’ and ‘For Whom The Bells Toll’ classic!

Update: Thanks to friend Gav who has pointed out that this shot is actually a still from the 1971 GHM glamour film ‘Tailor Made’ released by Maximus International.  The synopsis refers to the model as ‘Ronnie’ but doubt that is her real name, but at least we know it was GHM.

 

Update 2: Thanks to Arty in the comments we’ve identified the model as none other than Veronica Diemen, another of my favourite black models. Woohoo more Veronica to come 🙂

 

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