A glorious shot of the late Margaret Nolan. Taken in the studio by Russell Gay a perfect pose by Maggie next to an ornate table and standing lamp. Great lighting in the shot as well and she also seems to be wearing a blonde wig even though it’s similar to her own hair colour.
Sad to report that Margaret Nolan an icon from the 1960’s sadly passed away last week. Margaret died last Monday age 76. She had a very varied career and is remembered mostly for appearing in Goldfinger and as the gold painted model in the iconic title sequence, several Carry on films plus many TV shows. Later in her life she was also a prominent artist showing off collages of her work as a model.
What many outlets are not reporting is her early work as a glamour model for the likes of Harrison Marks. She seemed to have moved away and forgotten this part of her career, but we all remember it well. The shot above being one of my favourite GHM shots of Margaret 🙂
I also met Margaret a few years back and a conference and she was fabulous to talk to and its sad to hear of her passing today. Another glamour legend no longer with us and 2020 being a year to totally forget!
The stunning Margaret Nolan posing at the top of the stairs at Ewhurst Manor. From an original 10 by 8 print this shows off Margaret’s legs and figure to perfection. Stood with her long black leather coat open exposing that naked body, with just a hint of pussy on show! As the title says what waits upstairs is sure worth it and from the same set as this shot 🙂
An absolute beauty of a shot of Margaret Nolan by Russell Gay. This comes from an original 10 by 8 print of Margaret dressed in school teachers robe and not much else.
A typical Russell Gay style photo that you would find in QT and I’m sure it must have been published. Love the look on her face and the way she slightly leans forward to enhance the view of those tits!
Margaret Nolan adjusting a stocking from a scanned 10 by 8 print. Taken in the entrance/drawing room at Ewhurst Manor on one of the two benches in the room. Margaret looks fairly young in this shot and it may have been taken by Harrison Marks?
A great view of Margaret’s figure and what looks to be a hint of hair down below, but not much 😉