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Warplanes Of WW II – DVD Set

When control of the air became the key to military victory in WWII, Axis and Allied pilots turned the skies over Europe and the Pacific into one of history’s bloodiest arenas. This 5-DVD set includes 9 hours of dramatic, rare newsreel footage, providing a fascinating look at the struggle for supremacy in the sky. Includes a 19-page booklet detailing the lives and accomplishments of some of the greatest pilots behind the machines. In black & white; packaged in Collector’s Edition tin.

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Posted on May 22nd, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Art Frahm Pin Up

Art Frahm compares favorably with such master technicians in oil as Gil Elvgren. But his significance comes out of his defining roles in two seemingly opposite pin up categories. Many of his works were outstanding examples of the glamour genre. His perfectly coifed, daringly dressed beauties glowed in the midst of romantic soft settings.

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Posted on May 21st, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Rolf Armstrong Pin-Up Prints

Rolf Armstrong’s portraits of famous actresses and idealized “girls-next-door” made him one of the highest paid commercial artists in America. Widely considered the “Father of Pin-Up Artists,” his first calendar pin-up, created in 1919, defined the vision of feminine beauty for the next forty years. Here are a few listings of some vintage pinup prints available online.

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Posted on May 21st, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Vintage 1950’s Rockabilly Polka Dot Dress

These sensational pin up dresses boast a fabulous 1950’s retro cut, with full skirt and gorgeous sweetheart neck line. A satin ribbon to waist gives you that hour-glass waist definition. These dresses are fantastic as is, but if you really want to turn some heads and go for full on vintage glam, a tutu is recommended.

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Posted on May 20th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Vintage Pinup Girl Posters

Vintage Pinup Girl Posters, also known as pin-up girls. These listings are for live auctions of posters with classic bombshells and nose art of World War II in the classic styles of the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s.

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Posted on May 20th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Sleepy Time Gal Vintage Prints

Vintage Collectible Sleepy Time Gal Prints and items found available on eBay! These are live auctions and ending soon so grab your Sleepy Time Gal before someone else gets her! Remember this tune from Jerry Vale around the same era?

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Posted on May 19th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Rockabilly Dresses and Clothing

Stop Staring! cocktail dresses and rockabilly clothing accentuate the figure and cater to a woman’s independent spirit with timeless and classic styles. They are worn by all ages, shapes and sizes and are especially flattering on curvy women. Rockabilly clothes are always classy, timeless, and attention grabbing. Rockabilly dresses have been featured in the world’s top fashion magazines including Vogue, Lucky, CosmoGirl, Latina, Life and Style, Allure, Seventeen, People, In Touch, Elle Girl and more.

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Posted on May 19th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Rita Hayworth and Bee Gees – What?

I got this in a email recently and thought it was a great fit for this site. The more things change, The more they stay the same.  Great job with this. Rita Hayworth was one of the most famous pin-up beauties for the troops during WW II. Rare talent. Some body put a lot of […]

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Posted on May 18th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Memphis Belle Posters

Memphis Belle was the nickname of a B-17F Flying Fortress during the Second World War that inspired the making of two motion pictures: a 1944 documentary film, Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress, and a 1990 Hollywood feature film, Memphis Belle. It was one of the first U.S. Army Air Forces heavy bombers to complete 25 combat missions (the first being Hell’s Angels). The plane and crew then returned to the United States to sell war bonds. The original airplane is undergoing extensive restoration at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio.

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Posted on May 18th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

Unpublished Pictures of Elizabeth Taylor

While not really considered a pin up girl, Elizabeth Taylor was a true “Movie Star”. Elizabeth Taylor was the biggest star of the LIFE MAGAZINE era. She appeared on the cover a record 14 times, starting when she was just 15 years old, and over the following decades many LIFE photographers like Paul Schutzer, Peter Stackpole, Allan Grant, and George Silk captured the astonishingly beautiful movie star as she basked in love, work, motherhood, and the kind of international fame that few entertainers these days can ever hope to achieve.

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Posted on May 17th, 2015 by Pin Up Collector     

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