Playboy Magazine June 1962 vol.9, no.6
June 1962, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ ≈ 346g
Cover A Toast to Bikinis photographed by Marvin E. Newman
Playmate
Bicycle Belle
bicycling playmate merissa mathes is a spingtime ring-a-dinger
Merissa Mathes photographed by Glenn Otto
Discussion
The Playboy Panel: The Womanization of America
fifth in a series of provocative conversations about subjects of interest on the contemporary scene
with Edward Bernays, Dr. Ernest Dichter, Alexander King, Norman Mailer, Herbert Mayes, Dr. Ashley Montagu, Dr. Theodor Reik, Mort Sahl.
Pictorials
A Toast to Bikinis photographed by Marvin E. Newman
trading winks with the lass above, we salute the banty bikini which, after a decade of continental exposure, is finally finding it's place in the u.s. sun . . .
Scuba Gear And Scuba Dear with photography by Peter Gowland and Don Bronstein
bare essentials and added attractions turn the lower depths into high adventure
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
A Father's Gift (fiction) by Walt Grove, illustrated by Arthur Paul
The Murder Of Edmund Grant (fiction) by Robert Cenedella
Playboy's Gifts For Dads And Grads (gifts)
Horror Trio (fiction) by Gahan Wilson
The Long And The Short Of It (attire) by Robert L. Green
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Aladdin's Lamb (food) by Thomas Mario
Noises In The City (fiction) by Irwin Shaw, illustrated by Marvin Friedman
Silverstein Plays Ball (humor) by Shel Silverstein
F.O.B. Detroit (modern living) by Ken W. Purdy, illustrated by Robert Brunton
The Great Paper Chase (article) by Al Morgan
From Lilliput To Brobdingnag (article) by Arthur C. Clarke
For The Long Cold Winter (ribald classic) from a Lithuanian legend
Teevee Jeebies Around The Clock (satire) by Shel Silverstein
The Tryst (humor) 2 page cartoon by Jules Feiffer
Playboy's International Datebook (travel) by Patrick Chase
by Vargas

Merissa Mathes played opposite Harvey Keitel in a scene for Martin Scorsese’s 1967 film "Who's That Knocking At My Door".
In 1962, in the UK, this magzine would have cost 6/- (six shillings) - a pint of beer would have cost 2/3d. (two shillings and three pence or two 'n thruppence), a brand new Hillman Super Minx Car would have been £850 and the average UK house price was £2,500.

152 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.