The calendar with the girl holding the red towel is titled, "Hold Everything", and is dated "1942". The overall dimensions of the calendar are Height approx. 21" and width 11". At the upper right corner there is a 4" tear. The entire left edge is frayed from being torn. The calendar has creases from being rolled and then flattened.
Another calendar depicts a nude woman resting on a crescent moon. It is titled, "Honeymoon" and dated "1941". The overall dimensions are height 32" and width 16". The calendar has creases from being rolled and flattened, and the edges are slightly frayed.
Another calendar depicts a blond girl dressed in shorts and a shirt and saddle shoes. It is dated" 1940". The overall dimensions are height 32" and width 16". The top left corner has a 3" tear, there are two tears on the left edge approx 1" and 1/2", Both edges of the calendar are frayed. The calendar has creases from being rolled and flattened.
The fourth calendar is a Vargas dated 1980. It has 12 pin-ups from January to December. The overall dimensions are height 22 1/4" and width 16". The cover has some light stains along the top edge. This is on the cover and not on the pin-ups. The calendar is held together by a spiral binding at the top. There is a approx 1" tear at the top center, where the calendar would be hung. This tear is evident from the cover and into the pin-ups. The dated areas of the calendar have been written on. The calendar has been rolled.
The fifth calendar is titled, "Hilda" by Duane Bryers and it is dated 1982. It depicts a buxom woman knelling on a stool to get away from a mouse.The edges are slightly frayed, There is a 1" tear at the upper center area and a couple tears at the right edge approx. 1/4" to 1/2" in size. TW 2-8-18
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