Filed under: Uncategorized
The problem we have at jobbydealer.com is how do we get ALL our magazines online.
Now, I appreciate that may sound quite simple but if you add up ALL the magazines issues ever published it would run into millions.
What we’re doing now is working to get up all our magazine stock as text only because we’re thinking that if we don’t have to scan the images of EVERY magazine cover we can show you some real nuggets of magazine titles you’ve never heard of from countries you’ve never heard of that contain all your favourite girls.
We’re also going to start getting some videos and photos together so that we can walk you round our magazine stocks so you can see just how much gear we have in stock.
To give you some idea as to our stock pile. When Double D (London) shut down we bought all their back stock, including all the early editions of Score videos – before Score was even invented. When Paul Raymond the publishers of Mayfair, Men Only, Club, Escort, Razzle, Men’s World, Razzle et al, sold out, we bought their warehouses in London, Connecticut and Paris. We bought out Swish Publications the publishers of Madame, Smooth, Fighting Girls, Amazons in Action et al and none of those EVEN appear on our website.
We’ve got runs of calendars, playing cards, photo sets and the rights to several of the top glamour photographers work like Joanie Allum, Jack Harrison and Ralph Medland all of which have never been seen.
You tell me where I start?
The big UK publishers are:
Paul Raymond: Mayfair, Escort, Men Only, Club, Razzle, Just Girls, Men’s World.
Galaxy: Fiesta, Knave, Ravers.
Goldstar: Whitehouse, Playbirds, Lovebirds, Ruster, Raider.
PHONE THEM and ASK THEM where they buy back issues so they can reprint photo sets….. JOBBY.
Filed under: Michelle Thorne
Michelle Thorne the face of hundreds of adult mag covers has now gone hardcore!
I was searching around the internet the other day to find some information on Michelle and came across an anal sex scene starring Michelle.
Its not the type of image that I post but you can see it by clicking here.
I think the problem for todays glamour models is that the internet gives so much competition that the only way to make a living is to go the whole hog and start doing hardcore.
The days of being a star from being topless on page 3 of the Sun are long gone.
Now all my older readers will fondly remember Donna Ambrose she was a regular model back in the 1980’s appearing with another busty beauty Debbie Jordan and part of Auntie Jayne’s big 5.
Donna was first published in Paul Raymonds Escort but also did work for Galaxy’s Fiesta as well as appearing in the Ebony specials.
Her cleavage was in great demand from Tozerward who published the Amazons, Bounce and Peaches series which specialized in busty women.
Anyway the point is that a customer contacted me the other day and sent me a link to a website as it turns out that Donna is still modelling today and her cleavage looks bigger and better even though its 26 years older.
If you are a fan of Donna and remember her from your youth then I’d check out this series of images.
This three images are outtakes never used by Razzle from a Romp which as yet I’ve not had time to identify which issue. The set had two of the biggest names in the game at the time being Solange Hop and Steph Bews.
Escort and Razzle although both in the Paul Raymond stable at the time were run as competitors so each editor was trying to out do the other.
Personally I think Escort won but Razzle does have a big following.
Ps: If you click on the images they get bigger.
What I’ve tried to do here is find the top 100 glamour models who’ve appeared in a ‘standard’ British top shelf title. I’ve compiled the girls from the sales that we take from Jobbydealer, Back Issues and Joanie Allum along with the email enquiries.
To name just 100 girls out of the thousands who’ve appeared in print over the years is difficult enough so what I thought I’d do is list the top 100 from sales/emails in A to Z order and then post new lists with the girls who are in a top ten say for sales or just emails that we receive bestowing a certain girls beauty.
Now I know there’s going to be anomalies such as Linda Lusardi not being in my top 100 but that’s purely because she did so few magazine shoots that my data is skewed. Other problems include that the girls name is not widely known (Chrissy Lyons and plus very few shoots) and if the girl was a page three girl from one of the red tops (Sun, Star, Mirror) then obviously you can expect more people to be searching her out on Google. Also, if a girl is very well know (Teresa May) then it may be that because she appears in so many magazines we receive no emails about her and can’t follow the trend from sales as theirs just to many issues with her inside them. I’m a bit buggered really!!!
Finally! If when you read the list you’re not sure what the girl who I’ve named looks like then email me and I’ll post a picture of her face.
Anyway. Here’s my top 100 list and if you think a model is missing then just email me and I’ll add her to the result once I figure out who to remove or create a new post and ask the visitors to this blog if they think that your suggestion is worthy of a place.
Anne Marie Eggleston
Diana Van Laar
Linsey Dawn McKenzie
Filed under: Escort
My magazine of choice when I was a young spunker was Escort because the covers were absolutely bang on the money, but the other day when I added to the blog the a list of all the Escort cover girls (the list is a work in progress) it got me thinking as to who did they miss?
The editor for Escort’s golden period was Neville Player and this guy really knew his trade so its hard to see how you could really argue with his cover choices. But that being said there are some better than others so……
Who do you think should have been an Escort cover girl but never made the grade?
Which cover girl would you take off to put your model in her place?
Who should never have been a cover girl at all?
Send me your thoughts and the reasons why she should have made the grade.
Filed under: Escort
This cover girl from the January edition of Escort, 1982 is non other than the real life secretary of Escort magazine, Julia Jones.
If you look on the contents page you’ll see that on every issue of Escort a little snippet of info was written about who was on the cover for that particular issue and these are signed normally J.J. or Julia.
She was already a secretary when photographed but not for Escort so getting her kit off got her ahead in life. Escort is now up to Volume 31 (that’s 31 years of publication) and although that great little pre-amble has gone she did get her name on the cover of Escort V30 No 5 with the strap line; ‘Join Julia Jones’ Jug Search.’