Cover Girl No.24 – Front & Rear

Continuing from my collection of Cover Girl. The front and (rear cover for members) of Cover Girl No.24 from 1968. I love the concept of a front view on the main cover and a rear view on the back. I think I prefer the rear view of this edition, as you get a great view of the model’s great arse as she leans over a very retro style chair.

A nice uncensored view on the front cover too that no doubt caught the eye of potential European buyers.

Some will say that this type of magazine and post isn’t for them, which I totally get. For me it’s about capturing and revisiting a magazine that’s disappearing fast in today’s world. These magazines are over 50 years old now and printed versions are becoming rare. Take into account that these type of magazines are also disappearing because they are seen as not acceptable by certain groups in society today. It makes it even more important to capture and celebrate these magazines, the models in all their fabulous glory and the photographers that pushed the boundaries back in the 1960’s. Sometimes it just seems like we are going backwards in our views and everything needs to be censored in case it offends one group or another!

I say just enjoy it for what it is in your mind and if not just move along πŸ™‚

Kamera No.11 Unknown Beauty

An early unknown beauty by Harrison Marks that appeared in Kamera No.11 (1958). A stunning classic beauty that only appeared in the one edition of Kamera, but must have appeared elsewhere? She’s down as unknown Model No.18 in the unknown model page.

The Unknown Models page is also new and improved with a few new additions and a few removed πŸ™‚

A Colourful Front & Rear

A couple of very colourful views both in terms of content and colour from Exciting No.26 (1969). Another full magazine scan from my collection of Exciting & Cover Girl magazines showing off some fabulous views of a European model. Loving the hair and heels in the shot and think the pink bi-colouring emphasises the model and view quite well.

A Kneeling Thelma (1958)

The model only known as Thelma from Kamera No.11 P6 (1958). A beautiful kneeling pose showing off her figure and Latin looks and a model that appeared scarcely throughout the Kamera magazines and photo sets produced by GHM. 

Members get to see a fully published version of Kamera No.11 featuring Thelma and many other familiar figures πŸ™‚