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THE WORLD OF TRANSVESTISM. Incorporating Tranz Vol. 12, No. 11

London: Swish Publications Ltd.. n.d. [1980s]. magazine of 52pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and art. Transvestite magazine featuring personal experiences, letters, personal ads, photos, and fiction. Includes: Lovely Legs Competition (photo gallery). Underwear Unlimited, by Susan Smooth (fiction). Letters include: Enjoying the Best of Both Worlds. Directoire Knicker Lover. Disguise - and How to Conceal. Julie's Painful Fantasies. Satin and Lace Turn-On. A Jeans Fetish. Pics of Alison (cover), Mitsouku, Elina, Susan, etc. Plus many personal stories and letters. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

CLOSEUP No. 1

Northridge, CA: House of Price. n.d.. 64pp., including covers, erotic photography magazine printed on semi-gloss paper, illustrated throughout with graphic b/w and color photographs. 'Closeup impressions of the photographic arts.' Artistic erotic photography with touches of nudism and sexploitation - art photography meets beaver shots. Close-ups of models fondling themselves, various body parts in focus (oiled breast; fingers casting shadow over vulva; hands framing face, etc)., plus some interesting play with shadows, foreground/background, and props (mesh net, strings of glass beads and pearls). Also a set featuring model with Rolleiflex, light meter, and Nikon. Ken Price began documenting the social nudist scene, and this publication reflects the love of nude form with his love of photography. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; some rubbing along spine. Very good

$45.00

THE WORLD OF TRANSVESTISM. Incorporating Tranz Vol. 06, No. 09

London: Swish Publications Ltd.. n.d. [1980s]. magazine of 52pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and art. Transvestite magazine featuring personal experiences, letters, personal ads, photos, and fiction. Includes: Sally Dressing to Please. My Other Self. Joanne from London (photos). Andrea Gets What She Deserves (fiction). Inter-Change (petticoat fetish). Johanna from Milan. Mother-In-Laws's Revenge, Part Two (fiction). Letters include: Another Blushing 'Bride.' My Interest in Frillies. Analysing My Feelings. Go On Girls - Take the Plunge. Pics of Ann Marie, Anne, Maria, etc. Plus many personal stories and letters. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

FIGURE QUARTERLY Vol. 40

By de Dienes, Andre (photos)

Skokie, IL: Publisher's Development Corporation. 1964. magazine of 70pp., including covers. All-photography issue, illustrated with black and white female nudes plus color plate. 'Nudes by Andre de Dienes.' A close look at the photographer's work. Secrons include: Fluidity of Body and Water. Sunlight and Sand. The Figure in Space. Interiors by Natural Light. The Grace of Motion. Special Effects. The Pounding Surf. Changing Horizons. The Nude in Repose. Flesh and Stone. Perfect-bound, internally side-stapled magazine. Very good

$35.00

COTTON PANTIES & BARE BOTTOMS Vol. 3, No. 1

Van Nuys: Briarwood Corporation. 1981. Magazine of 48pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w and color photographs. "In this issue the tops of the bottoms. Ripe and firm, the buttman's dream. This magazine's for those that fancy bare bottoms and cotton panties." Solo poses, masturbation, spread pussies, soapy fun in the bath and shower, etc. Of note: two full-page color pics; one of a model blwoing up a balloon, the other a rear view of a chick on roller skates, shorts pulled down to ankles. Some models have pigtails, plaid skirts, flimsy tops, lace, stuffed animals, knee socks, other cute things. Saddle stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$35.00

COCKTAIL Vol. 09, No. 04 | A Parliament Magazine

North Hollywood: Jaybird Enterprises [Parliament]. 1970. magazine of 72pp., including covers featuring articles, fiction, artwork, cartoons and pictorials, illustrated throughout with b/w, duotone and color featuring nude and semi-nude women in stockings, garter belts, and the like. Pictorials, fiction, articles, and humor. Nine pictorials (all sex scenes) include: Patty and Polly, The Party Perkers (two gals add a guy and have a ball). Rachel and the Salesman. The Electronic Sound of Love (threesome in band's practice space). Clara Comes Collecting. Cuties and the Cool Cats. Tomcats and Kittens at the Mardi Gras (college foursome). Maid for the Movies. Jack and Jill: One Took teh Pill. Lola and Her Seven League Boots. Articles and fiction: Love Me Up and Die, by Ann Taylor. Sellout for Sex, by Maurie Goodman (illustration by John Brooks Miller). Gods, Generals, Passion and History, by Harry Neal (includes two illustrations by C. Bruce Steffenhagen. Beauties Behind the Bar, by Dan Bennett. Book excerpt from Astrology and Sexual Aberrations, by Gerald Summers. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light rubbing along spine, bookstore stamps on first page. Very good

$25.00

ESCAPE. To a Hideaway in the Sun

By Price, Ken (editor-publisher)

Northridge, CA: House of Price. n.d.. 64 pp., including covers. Magazine of nudism and nude photography, illustrated from b/w and color photos. Photography featuring naturists and nude models. Nudes reclining outdoors, worshipping the sun, putting on suntan oil, barbecuing, playing shuffleboard, etc. Also: nude male weightlifter, plus naked guy doing a handstand. Includes information on the American Sunbathing Association, plus ads for Sycamore valley and Olive Dell Ranch. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; small saw-cut remainder mark to top edge; 2.5" cut to top of back cover. Very good

$55.00

THE WORLD OF TRANSVESTISM. Incorporating Tranz Vol. 11, No. 09

London: Swish Publications Ltd.. n.d. [1980s]. magazine of 52pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and art. Transvestite magazine featuring personal experiences, letters, personal ads, photos, and fiction. Includes: Holiday Magic, by Anita. TV Questionnaire (three printed, filled-out examples). TV of the Month: Maria, from Milton Keynes. Easily Led Into Temptation (fiction). Letters include: On Cloud Nine at a Beaumont Weekend. Avccepting the 'Twin.' Pics of J.R. (cover), Yvette, Jennifer, etc. Plus many personal stories and letters. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$25.00

COCKTAIL Vol. 08, No. 02 | A Parliament Magazine

North Hollywood: American Art Agency [Parliament]. 1968. magazine of 80pp., including covers featuring articles, fiction, artwork, cartoons and pictorials, illustrated throughout with b/w, duotone and color featuring nude and semi-nude women in stockings, garter belts, and the like. 'Cocktail magazine - just open and pore!' Pictorials, fiction, articles, and humor. Twelve pictorials include: Juleps with a Jungle Beat (a swinging party!). Peek at a Chic Huntress. Champagne for the Charm Champs (lovely graduates of Portia Poise's charm school). Her Vintage Advantage. Rally of the Dolls (cute blonde & brunette couple play table tennis, spank with paddles; centerfold). The Thrill of Their Threads (fashionable gals size each other up). Pour, Little Rich Girl. Models: Flame Farnum, Marcie Wells, Tiz McKay, Maureen Cutler & Krissie Lee Nicholson, Kay Babcock, Penny Duncan, Lynellen Yarnell, Sabrina Brooks & Connie Nugent, Victoria Ann Caldwell, Greta Barrows. Articles and fiction: A Hot Throb of Horror, by Paul Perry. Fill It - With Lust, by Dallas Mundy. The Dunaway Runaway, by Steve Grant (Faye Dunaway). Here's to the Thirsty Americans! by Howard Sparks.Short Snorts section includes a body painting pic. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light rubbing along spine, crease to back cover. Bookstore stamps on first page. Very good

$25.00

EXOTIC AND BIZARRE VICTORIAN CORSETRY

Orange, CA: Bizarre Spartacus Publishing Corp.. 1994. 48 pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with color photos of items on female fetish models, with some scenes of girl-girl domination; othewise a mix of submissive and dominant looks. Several photos feature models smoking. Most items are available in leather and latex, and include: corsets (Victorian, French, metal boned, under the bust, over the bust, bondage, etc); collars, corselets, long gloves, boots, shoes, swing skirts, maid outfit, hobble skirts and dresses, petticoat skirts, The Betty Page Corset, arm binders, velvet dress, jumpsuit, misc, leather, lace, and latex items. Includes detailed instructions on measuring yourself for a made-to-measure corset, plus chart. Nicely done with a few familiar faces. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$35.00

FIGURE. Figure File for Artists No. 5, Spring 1955

Chicago: Camerarts Publishing Co.. 1955. magazine of 36pp., including covers. A magazine of nude photography, illustrated from black and white photos of female nudes and figure studies. Photos often accompanied with technical notes and tips. Includes: Calendar Copy (with photos by Bunny Yeager; two of Bettie Page [long gloves, seamed stcokings & high heels]). Two photos of model in fishnet stockings by 'E.A. batters' [Elmer Batters?] Amusing editorial comment against stockings: 'they make the legs appear to be severed from the body, they pare down the natural shapeliness with strong outlines and shadows.' Covers by Keith Bernard [Bernard of Hollywood]. Inside covers by David B. Mills. Published as a supplement to AMATEUR SCREEN AND PHOTOGRAPHY. Saddle- stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; light grazing along spine. Very good

$55.00

THE WORLD OF TRANSVESTISM. Incorporating Tranz Vol. 12, No. 12

London: Swish Publications Ltd.. n.d. [1980s]. magazine of 52pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and art. Transvestite magazine featuring personal experiences, letters, personal ads, photos, and fiction. Includes: Lovely Legs Competetion (photo gallery). Promotion at Any Cost, Part One (fiction by Susan Smooth). TV Questionnaire (a printed, filled-out example). Letters include: Satisfying Visit to the Big City. Christina's Discovery. A Question of Femininity. Discovering a Secret World. Men Do Make Passes at Girls in Glasses. Late Developer. Photos of Carole (cover), Susan, Karen, Beryl, Anne, etc. Plus many personal stories and letters. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; a few page tips bent at back corner. Very good

$25.00

THE WORLD OF TRANSVESTISM. Incorporating Tranz Vol. 10, No. 05

London: Swish Publications Ltd.. n.d. [1980s]. magazine of 52pp., including covers. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and art. Transvestite magazine featuring personal experiences, letters, personal ads, photos, and fiction. Includes: All Good Things Come to an End, Then.... by Thelma of Malta. The Happy Substitute, by Reader Joanne. Debbie Starts Out, Part One by Janett Scott. Double TV Trouble (photos). Letters include: More Thrills As I Am. Exciting Experiences of Elegance. A New Well of Femme Emotion. Pics of Lesley (covers), Amanda Ashley, Shirley. Plus many personal stories and letters. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; small stain to corner of cover, apparently from former price sticker. Very good

$25.00

COCKTAIL Vol. 01, No. 01

Los Angeles: Studio Publications, Inc.. 1958. magazine of 44 pp. including covers, printed in b/w, with some color. Vintage men's magazine featuring articles and cocktail recipes, illustarted with saucy photos of nude and semi-nude women. Centerfold includes an 8-page, digest-sized insert featuring Yvonne Holden. Also, The Cocktail Hour. Cocktails Are A Woman's Weapon. Playboy's Lament. Have One On The House! The Enemy. Includes a wonderfully strange set of a model posing with a sheer black cloth obscurng her face, holding up a skull. Also, a nice set of a busty blonde posing next to a reproduction of the Venus de Milo. Drink recipes include the Tahiti Typhoon, Sazarac, Bourbon Daisy, Cotillion, Commando, Platinum Blonde Cocktail, Maiden's Prayer, and many more. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$35.00

CLOSEUP. Look at Erotica No. 06

Van Nuys: Coronado Publishers. 1970. 64 pp., including covers. Pornographic photography magazine featuring pictorials in b/w, duotone and color. 'In this issue of CLOSEUP we present but a small glimpse of men and women engaged in lovemaking coupled with brief observations on man-woman relationships.' Includes: An Intimate Approach (man with freckled brunette). Loneliness: A Sexual Dilemma (bruunette masturbates in office before being joined by a man; shot of them on drafting table atop blueprints; another shows a copy of Ralph Ginzburg's AVANT GARDE magazine in the background). Three Is Better Than Two (two women and a man find a way to alleviate sexual boredom). An Evening In (mustached guy in turtlenecjk, woman in white lace outfit shed their clothes for skin-on-skin action). Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$45.00

FIGURE QUARTERLY Vol. 12

Skokie, IL: Jones Publishing Company. 1956. magazine of 68pp., including covers. A magazine of photography, painting and sculpture, illustrated with black and white female nudes, plus color plate. Includes: Gil Elvgren's Anatomy of Glamour, by Ben Benson (includes some very fine nude studies in charcoal, as well as the more familiar painted nudes and pin-up work). Zoltan Glass: Sequence - and the Elements of Interest (photos). John Jurgen's Studies of Form in Line. Andre de Dienes: Water is for Sparkle. The Nude in Contemporary Art, by Rupert Kilgore. Full-page color photo of Bettie Page with two leopards, by Bunny Yeager. The Nude in Photography. Story Illustrations - From Camera to Finished Art, by Rob Glaubke. The Nude in Sculpture (the work of Hal Schor). Life Drawings with a Camera, by George Gilbert. Contemporary American Artists (photos of Raphael Soyer and William Zorach, at work in their studios). Spiral wire-bound magazine. Light shelfwear; two staple holes to fore-edge. Very good

$35.00

FIGURE QUARTERLY Vol. 32

Skokie, IL: Jones Publishing Company. 1961. magazine of 72pp., including covers. All-photography issue, illustrated with black and white female nudes. Includes: Jan Caldwell: Master of Outdoor Nudes (one full=page and one smaller pic of Bettie Page. Figure Studies by Bruno Bernard. Mario Casilli: New King of the Figure Realm. Model Queens of Tomorrow: Terry Higgins, Marie Smythe, Judy Crowder. Ron Vogel: The Glamorous Side of Photography. Figure Studies by Sam Wu. Ed Alexander: A Nude Is Forever. Serge Jacques: Frenchman of 60,000 Nudes. Figure Studies by Wil Blanche. Perfect-bound, internally side-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; light rubbing along spine. Very good

$35.00

SUNSHINE & HEALTH Vol. 21, No. 07, July

Mays Landing, NJ: Sunshine Book Company. 1952. magazine of 32pp., plus covers, illustrated from b/w photos. Official Journal of the American Sunbathing Association, Inc. Publisher: Ilsley Boone. Editor: margaret A.B. Pulis. Features: Uncle Danny Surveys the National Field, by Ilsley Boone. Editorial Comment. Judy Makes a Convert, by William McKeever. Coffee for Two, by Jan Warren. Powder Puff Patter, by Margaret A.B. Pulis. Nudist Pictorial (photos from Camp Goodland, Halcyon, Air-A-Tans, Paradise, Pine Vale). The ASA Bulletin. Directory of Groups. Photos by Ed Lange. 'SUNSHINE & HEALTH, with which is incorporated The Nudist and Nudism Magazine, is published monthly under the auspices of the American Sunbathing Association Inc.'. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; small splits at top and bottom of spine, slight wrinkle to top edge. Very good

$15.00

TEENAGE NUDIST Vol. 02, No. 01, Fall (Issue #13)

North Hollywood: Sun Era, Inc. 1966. 64pp, including covers, illustrated throughout with b/w, duotone and color photographs. Edited by Stan Sohler and Iris Bancroft. Features: The 1966 JWSA Convention Story, by Carl Apgar. Best Bare Foot Forward. Rock Around the Clock: Afternoon, Evening, Night, Morning. Food, Fun and Fatigue. Instant Mess. Gilding the Fillies. Photos of healthy, happy nudists engaged in everything from pool parties to a silly soap fight, sunbathing and clean-up. Sun Era Nudist Park Guide, ads for magazines. Saddle stapled magazine. Light rubbing to covers. Very good

$65.00

NUDIST ADVENTURE No. 02

Los Angeles: Elysium, Inc.. 1965. magazine of 72pp., including covers, illustrated with b/w, duotone, and color photographs. A journal of nudist life and lifestyles. Features: Sex Eduction: The Orphan Annie of American Schools, by Drs. Phyllis and Eberhard Kronhausen (unhealthy American attitudes are contrasted with photos of healthy nudist living). The Hideaway Islands, by Burton McNeely. A Park of Nude Stone: The Sculpture of Gustav Vigeland, by Richard Harrington (Vigeland's work in Oslo's Frogner Park). The Elysian Search, by Jack Travell. Sandra, by Donal Macleod. The Young Men and the Sea, by Rudi Arge. Our Nudist Adventure: France on Two Dollars a Day, by Charles Cropsey. Includes a photo of the Webbers. Cover by Ed Lange. Other photos by Iris Bancroft, Keith Bancroft, William Graham, Leif Heilberg, Ed Lange, Rudi Arge, Richard Harrington, Burton McNeely, Louis Tremellat, Werner Guthert. Saddle-stapled magazine. Some rubbing to covers, grazing to spine and some pulling at staples. Internals very good

$45.00

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