7 “Playboy” Playmate Calendars, 1964, 1982, 1987, and 1989-92.
Lot 745. 7 “Playboy” Playmate Calendars, 1964, 1982, 1987, and 1989-92. Each of these spiral-bound wall calendars is approximately 8” x 12.75”. The image area is generally about 7” x 9-10” Models for the 1964 calendar are Laura Young, Connie Mason, Heidi Becker, Unne Terjesen, Pamela Gordon, Ellen Stratton, Kathy Douglas, Toni Ann Thomas, Judi Monterey and Avis Kimble, Christa Speck and June Cochran. The first page of the calendar is vg-ex, while the other pages are ex and better. The envelope is f-g.
1982 – Sealed in the original envelope, which is vg+. Based on our experience, the calendar is ex-m+ or better.
1987 – Pages are nm and better except for a small crease in the lower left corner. Vg+ envelope. Includes Cherie Witter (Feb. 1985 Playmate), Julie Michelle McCullough (Feb. 1986 Playmate, Julie Costello in “Growing Pains”), Pamela Saunders (March 1985 Playmate), Roberta Vasquez (Nov. 1984), Carol Ficatier (Dec. 1985), Dona L. Speir (March 1984, star of “Picasso Trigger” and other action adventure movies), (Sept. 1986, Rebekka Armstrong, bodybuilder and HIV/AIDS activist), Kathy Shower (May 1985 and 1986 “Playmate of the Year”) and others.
1989 – Nm to mint calendar, vg+ to ex envelope. Includes India Allen (Dec. 1987 Playmate and 1988 “Playmate of the Year”), Rebecca Ferratti (June 1986; has appeared in more than 25 movies, including “Three Amigos,” and more than 30 music videos), Carmen Berg (July 1987; has appeared in many TV commercials), Susie Owens (March 1988; created a successful perfume business), and Kimberly Conrad (Jan. 1988 and 1989 “Playmate of the Year”; married Hugh Hefner in 1989).
The 1990, 1991 and 1992 calendars are nm-m in unopened plastic envelopes. The models for 1992 are Gianna Amore, Julie Clarke, Kerri Kendall, Melissa Everidge, Renee Tenison (Nov. 1989 Playmate and 1990 “Playmate of the Year,” the first African-American selected), Erika Eleniak, Lisa Matthews, Terry Lynn Doss, Christy Thom, Stacy Arthur, Karen Foster and Morgan Fox. Winning Bid $25.