Girls Of The World – 1970s Top Shelf Magazines

“Girls Of The World” – I don’t know much about these magazines and books beyond the occasional date present, but from browsing through them, they seem to be from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Overall, they are quite appealing. They feature a mix of colour and black-and-white pictures, with most being full-page images, while the text focuses on information about the models and is not overpowering. The printing quality and paper are both very good. From what I have, I’ve noticed two publishers, with the main one being Top Sellers Ltd in London. Additionally, there are some from Export Publications USA that bear a striking resemblance in style and content.

I have six original magazines and five special thick books that seem to be compilations of the original magazines. Treat yourself – You won’t be disappointed.

Fiesta 1970s – Russell Gay and Galaxy Publications

On sale are a few copies of Fiesta from the very early 1970s. I certainly a fan of these large format copies from the 1970s. I can’t work out if that’s because they are just so familiar, and you can remember them from the heady days of your youth. They are just so much more interesting than a lot of the books that are around nowadays. They were less in your face and more about the tease and what might be. Each to their own. Loads more books from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s to come.