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Vintage Fairground Ride Camel Animals, 1970s

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Vintage Fairground Ride Camel Animals, 1970s

Spectacular Vintage Fairground Rides; two lying Camel Animals made of Strong Polyester. These Camel Sculptures date from the 1970s and were used in Theme Parks, Fairground, Merry-go-round. This Carnival Art Animals do have an aged and used patina; but that does make them even more charming. This Vintage Ship of the Desert Sculptures are made of polyester and mounted on a metal plate. Due the time , the metal plate has some holes , so we screwed a wooden plate under. As we wanted to keep the authencity, the original metal weared bottom plate is still under. The weels you might see under are from our transport carts, so are not placed under. Great Eyecatching Guards !

Specifications Vintage Camel Fairground Ride

Dimensions: L 130 x D 82 x H 78 cm
Origin: Europe
Period: 1970s
Materials: Polyester - Metal - Wood
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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