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  • Cockade

    New Colour Cockade. One of David Sullivan’s lesser-known magazine titles of the 70's & 80's. 

  • Lovebirds

    Lovebirds

  • Playbirds

    Playbirds magazine is from the same publishers as Whitehouse, Park Lane, Lovebirds and several other titiles. Push the boundaries of UK porn to the limit in the late 70’s had frequent run ins with the vice squad, primary  a showcase for Mary Millington.

  • Playbirds 100+

    Later editions of Playbirds, by now a established Top shelf favourite.

  • Park Lane
  • Whitehouse

    Whitehouse magazine first went to press in 1974. It was named after the anti-porn campaigner Mary Whitehouse and was the second magazine in the up and coming David Sullivan magazine empire.

  • Whitehouse 100+

    Whitehouse magazine first went to press in 1974. It was named after the anti-porn campaigner Mary Whitehouse and was the second magazine in the up and coming David Sullivan magazine empire.

  • Whitehouse Digest

    Whitehouse magazine first went to press in 1974. It was named after the anti-porn campaigner Mary Whitehouse and was the second magazine in the up and coming David Sullivan magazine empire.

  • Penthouse

    Penthouse, a men's magazine founded by Bob Guccione, combines urban lifestyle articles and softcore pornographic pictorials that, in the 1990s, evolved into hardcore. Penthouse is owned by FriendFinder Network, formerly known as General Media, Inc. whose parent company was Penthouse International Inc. prior to chapter 11 restructuring. Although Guccione was American, the magazine was founded in 1965 in the United Kingdom, but beginning in September 1969 was sold in the United States as well.

  • Rustler
  • Knave

    Knave magazine is a long-established British pornographic magazine, published by Galaxy Publications. It is the upmarket sister publication of Fiesta magazine.

  • Bra Busters

    Bra Busters - Big Tit Magazine from Night Bird Magazine

  • Mayfair

    Mayfair is a British adult magazine for men. Founded in 1965, it was designed as a response to U.S. magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse, which had recently launched in the UK. For many years it claimed the largest distribution of any men's magazine in the UK

    incorporating King Magazine

  • Parade

    Parade was originally known as Blighty between 1916 and 1920 and was intended as a humorous magazine for servicemen,[1] competing against magazines such as Titbits and Reveille.The magazine was relaunched in 1939, at the outbreak of the Second World War and continued afterwards until 1958, when it was renamed Blighty Parade while being turned into a pin-up magazine. It was known as Parade and Blighty for the final weeks of 1959 when it finally became Parade in 1960. By the 1970s content had progressed to topless and nude photos of models, and at the end of the 1990s it went hardcore.

  • Fiesta

    Fiesta - A Magazine for Men

  • Club International
  • Club

    Club

  • New Direction

    adult picture stories photo features and personal ads. 

  • Men Only

    Men Only Incorporating Escort. Men Only is a British soft-core pornographic magazine published by Paul Raymond Publications since 1971. However, the title goes back to 1935 when it was founded by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd as a pocket book. 

  • The Journal Of Sex

    ADULT, GLAMOUR publication. Classic images of the twentieth century.

  • fantasy

    the colour journal of erotic desires

  • Candid

    Mens Glamour By Gold Star Publication

  • Gala

    The Glamour Girl Magazine

  • Pussycats

    It's Those Sexy Pussycats

  • How To

    The Fully Illustrated Monthly Journal Of Sexual Techniques

  • Probe

    Probe Magazine 70’s English Top Shelf magazine owned by David Gold and published by probe publications Ltd.,

    David Gold is the vice chairman of West Ham United football club.

  • Exciting Cinema

    New Blue Exciting Cinema, publisher David Sullivan, Seventies title, launched in March 1977. Ostensibly to promote Mary Millington's new film Come Play with Me.

  • New Action MS

    New Action MS. David Sullivan’s lesser-known magazine titles of the Seventies. New Action MS, along New Blue Exciting Cinema, launched in March 1977. A vehicle for Mary Millington and David Sullivan’s films.

  • National News

    National News, publisher David Sullivan. (Gold Star Publications) Featured Mary Millington in many issues

  • New Colour Climax
  • New Colour Private
  • Splosh

    Splosh! was originally a British fetish magazine devoted to wet and messy fetishism. It featured pictures of, and stories about, men and women in wet and messy situations. First published in 1989, it was run by Clive Harris under the pseudonym "Bill Shipton". Splosh also evolved into a wet and messy fetish video production house, releasing a whole string of movies, originally on VHS tape, then DVD and eventually, via Internet download stores.

    The magazine ended after 40 issues, and is widely regarded as the quintessential publication on the fetish, even giving rise to the eponymous term sploshing.

  • Accord

    Accord

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