Exciting No.26 – Front & Rear!


From my growing collection of Exciting Magazines, the front, and rear cover of Exciting No.26 from 1969. This curly haired beauty isn’t shy in showing off her front and rear either, with two very open but classic continental poses on view. I’m not sure if her hair is natural or a wig, but the collar and cuffs certainly seem to match!

I now have 17 editions of Exciting in my growing collection, and they are certainly different from the magazine style of Harrison Marks and other UK photographers. Most shots are by Serge Jacques, and he certainly had a more open and differing style for his models to pose. Not everyone’s taste, but the style of the magazines and models has intrigued me, so thought I’d explore them a bit more! πŸ˜‰

Sylvia Bayo – Black & White Contrast!

A page from Nylon Flash No.19 of Sylvia Bayo and friend stripping out of their underwear. The contrast of Sylvia in white panties against the other model in black panties works perfectly. The opposing underwear colours and skin tones highlight the assets of each other throughout. Here you can see the perfect example of black and white contrast, with Sylvia showing off her friend’s round white bum with black panties pulled down.

I now have a complete edited version of Nylon Flash No.19, with the full magazine, including a full 48 pages of Sylvia and friend stripping out of their underwear.

Nicole’s Front & Rear!

I published these shots from Cover Girl No.12 on my old site several years ago now, but these images are updated better scans, so time for a revisit. The ebony beauty, showing off her ample front and rear, on the matching covers of the magazine is Nicole Isimat. A stunning body and pussy that’s well worth a revisit! πŸ˜‰

 

Exciting No.13 – Front & Rear!


Another front and rearview from my growing collection of Exciting Magazines. This is the front and rear cover of Exciting No.13 from 1968. This dark haired beauty looks stunning in black, showing off her front and rear views, including a nice view of her round arse.

I now have 17 editions of Exciting in my growing collection, and they are certainly different from the magazine style of Harrison Marks and other UK photographers.

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 rearview on the back. I think I prefer the rearview 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 1960s. 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™‚

Cover Girl No.23 – Front & Rear!

Continuing from my collection of Cover Girl & Exciting Magazines, the front, and rear cover of Cover Girl No.23 from 1968. I love the concept of a front view on the main cover and a rearview on the back. I think I prefer the rearview of this edition, as you get a great view of the model’s great arse.

A nice uncensored view on the front cover that no doubt caught the eye of potential European buyers πŸ˜‰

 

Exciting No.12 – Front & Rear!

The front and rear cover of Exciting No.12. A nice front view on the front cover showing off this model’s nice little perky tits and thick hairy pussy, all highlighted by a black outfit and suspender belt. The rear cover has an equally enjoyable rearview too, this time an impressive round rear as she sits on a stool showing off her bum and more. This was the typical style of both Exciting and Cover Girl magazines throughout both their publishing runs.

The covers and rear all both glossy colour and the quality of the colours is exceptional as you can see πŸ™‚

Exciting No.30 Cover

I finally got round to scanning one of the recent European magazines I acquired recently. This is the cover of Exciting No.30 published by Nordisk Bladcentral in the late 1960s, featuring a rather attractive blonde.

The magazine features 38 pages of different images, and the style of this magazine, and it’s sister magazine Cover Girl, was quite different. Each edition featured 3 or 4 models in various poses and various states of undress. Almost always they were wearing stockings and other underwear or stripping. Like almost all European girls of that era, all had a naturally untouched pussy.

The format of the magazine was 22 cm by 16.5 cm (8.5′ by 6′) in size and generally consisted of a glossy colour magazine cover. It featured the main model on front and back covers, with the front being a front view and the back being a rearview! The centre page featured a fold out tri-page colour shot of the cover model as well. The back of also featured a double page shot of a model in bi-colour. The rest of the magazine was a mixture of shots in black and white with colour borders or bi-colour shots.

The early editions featured the models in standard uncensored poses, but nothing too explicit. As you got into the late editions such as No.30 the poses of the models became more suggestive and explicit. With the large centre spread living up to its name and members get to see the beautiful blonde above spreading much more across three pages!

The reproduction quality of these magazines by Nordisk was fantastic, and the editions that I have are no exception. They are all mint condition with good paper quality and printing. The colours are fabulous and make the models stand out, and all needed little editing after scanning. Let’s not forget that all these images were also taken by renowned photographer Serge Jacques.

A stunning set of magazines and can’t wait to scan more πŸ™‚

 

 

Yamille – Kamera No.48 (1963)

The dusky maiden known only as ‘Yamille’ on the cover of Kamera No.48 (1963). She only appeared in two editions, No.48 and No.53, as well as on the October page of the 1963 Kamera Calendar. A stunning beauty simply not exposed enough! πŸ™‚