Queen Magazine Nov 1962 ERIC STEMP Laurence Harvey ERNST HAAS GREECE


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QUEEN MAGAZINE - Norman Parkinson photographs clothes from the 8th London Fashion Week outside on The Thames in London: Clothes to burn your boats in.

Laurence Harvey unmasked, Harvey is interviewed - his original name was Larushka Misahaskikne from Lithuania. Robin Douglas-Home brainwashed the assassin of the Manchurian Candidate.

THE UNREASONABLES - Cult scientists, Fundamentalists, Occult beliefs, an article on a variety of "Fringe Scientists" by Anthony Haden-Guest photographed by John Hedgecoe featuring: Egerton Sykes, Walter Walker, Samuel Shenton, John Williamson, Harold Stough, Dr Mary Austin and Desmond Leslie.

Wonderful fashion illustrations of Ski wear by Eric Stemp

Ernst Haas takes some wonderful photographs on Rhodes an Island in Greece

Who sat for Cecil Beaton?

Cover fashion portrait by Carmen Schiavone

Originally a society magazine started in 1861. In the early 50s, editor Jocelyn Steven bought the magazine in 1958 and shifted the format, content and readership to turn Queen into one of the most iconic publications of its time. Working with Beatrix Miller, Norman Parkinson and later Helmut Newton, Queen became a definitive bible for all things 60s.

Very Good condition for a magazine of this age with some light marks and creases  (see images).

This issue is especially rare as it features the large 'Q' masthead which only appeared on the cover of Queen during 1962.

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