In my recent post regarding the Search for “Wighead”, I posted images from various books in my collection, but made reference to one that is not, but for which I have copies of the illustrations.
By popular demand (actually only Camillemm), I am posting the full set of images from “Mademoiselle Cinglade” written by Andre Vergereau, published by Editions Prima in 1936. I am indebted to Christophe Bier for copies of the illustrations.
Unfortunately they are low resolution, and I have done my best to enhance them, but they are still very striking (no pun intended), you can now make a fair comparison to all the other “wighead” and “Davanzo”, illustrations on my site.
Links to The Search for Wighead.
The Search for Wighead, a comparison of artists and publishers.
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Amazing pics x
There are beautiful and it’s the first time I saw this serie. It’s always astonishing for me to discover new old erotic illustrations: I’m looking for me for years and thought I knew all of them 🙂
Yes they are special and I suspect there are many more especially from the 1920-1939 period, that have remained hidden, which is why I enjoy listing the images, the actual books are so very hard to find, and stay in small private collections, most people never get to see the illustrations, I think it is fun to share them, but not everyone agrees with this view. But I shall carry on all the time I have images to share. I am planning a New Years treat if I can get the listing completed so watch out later today.
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