A very different shot, but interesting to see and that bath has seen a few models in it over it’s time! Not only Rosalie but Britt Hampshire, Valerie Jones and June Palmer to name a few more.
A beautiful colour shot of Rosalie Peters on the village set at Lily Place by Harrison Marks and another rare shot of her without the blonde wig. This version comes direct from the negative and shows the completely uncensored version with Rosalie showing off a very fine covering of recently grown hair over her very neat and tidy mound and her small perky tits. If you look closely you can see an obvious appendix scar as well.
Members get to see the full medium format version, which shows off more of the market place set and those multicoloured windows 🙂
Rosalie Peters on the Winter Set by Harrison Marks and from an original negative scan. A beautiful shot of Rosalie in just bobble hat, gloves and long blonde wig showing off her great body and hint of light coloured bush. No wonder the snowman has a big grin on his face, so would you with Rosalie rubbing up against you like that! Definitely something to warm you up on a cold winters day 🙂
Rosalie Peters on the village set at Lily Place and another rare shot of her without the blonde wig. The censored version of this shot appeared in Kamera No.81 P44 (1967) and is one of two shots of her in this edition, but this is a fuller body shot. This version that comes direct from the negative obviously shows the completely uncensored version with Rosalie showing off a very fine covering of recently grown hair over her very neat and tidy mound. An obvious appendix scar is more visible in this version as well.
Thanks to Kevin for a copy of this shot and it’s always nice to see the original version before the retouchers get hold of it for publication 🙂
Rosalie Peters scrubbing up well in a sunken bath full of bubbles! Taken by Harrison Marks in the late 1960’s this bathroom/bath is another well used location/set that GHM used for several different models in cluding June Palmer and Britt Hampshire to name two. No idea which publication this shot appeared in or if it was stand alone or from a set, but I like it 🙂