Busch 210007701 Trailer For Multicar Circus

Busch 210007701 Trailer For Multicar Circus

  • £17.27


 
 

"Come in, the show begins ..." The last props have been delivered to the side entrance of the big tent. Circus Busch is also a story of ups and downs. After the death of Fritz van der Heydt, the foster son of the circus founder Jacob Busch, the company came in 1951 under the trust management of the city of Magdeburg. In 1960, Busch together with Circus Barlay belonged to the founding companies of the VEB Zentral-Circus, which was joined a year later by Circus Eros. In 1961, with the technical restructuring of the "Circus Barlay", a new travel agency under the name of "Olympia", which recorded smaller towns, emerged. In 1968, "Circus Olympia" was renamed "Berolina". In 1980, the VEB Central Circus was renamed State Circus of the GDR. After the turn of 1990 ended the continuation of the state circus and he was assigned to the Treuhandanstalt. The Treuhand split the circus companies without further ado into four individual GmbH, Eros, Berolina, Busch and Circ-Commerz. Already in August, the once so successful "Circus Busch" had to stop playing. Gradually, the others followed him as well. A once very successful circus era is buried. Reason enough to give this circus a monument in the form of lovingly designed models - very special mementos. Gradually, the others followed him as well. A once very successful circus era is buried. Reason enough to give this circus a monument in the form of lovingly designed models - very special mementos. Gradually, the others followed him as well. A once very successful circus era is buried. Reason enough to give this circus a monument in the form of lovingly designed models - very special mementos.

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