Round stalls have been a major part of British fairs since Edwardian times. At the height of their popularity they outnumbered rides five to one. At big fairs today there may still be as many stalls as rides. Adapted to take a wide range of games they come in a range of sizes. The structure of the stall is an excellent example of fairground engineering. Every part is easily portable and fits together simply to provide a rigid frame with an unobstructed interior.
Each model stall features a true scale structure, a one piece resin shutter with no casting joint lines, white metal castings for the games and tables and a vac formed tilt. Suitably posed and detailed figures of a stall minder and two players complete each kit.
Pack of three stalls (state which) – £54.50.
4051 contains 30 assorted teddy bears and clowns to use as prizes for the stalls – £12.90.
4009 contains twenty assorted people finely sculpted and cast in white metal – can be used all round the model fair – £15.