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Punch and Judy booth

Punch and Judy booth that can be dismantled for transport. Used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [lower section of folding aluminium frame] lower section of folding aluminium frame for Punch and Judy booth, secured by wing nuts unscrewed for expansion and screwed to secure in place. With holes to secure brass puppet-holding rails along the right and left sides. [upper section of folding aluminium frame] upper section of folding aluminium frame for Punch and Judy booth, secured by wing nuts unscrewed for expansion and screwed to secure in place [triangular plywood top fascia board with swagged pelmet of blue curtain attached] Triangular plywood top fascia board of Punch and Judy show with attached swag of blue velvet curtain pelmet. [three-sided support strut for top of folding aluminium frame] three sided folding aluminium top frame to slot into, secured by wing nuts unscrewed for expansion and screwed to secure in place [canvas carrier case] Original canvas carrying bag for frame for Punch & Judy booth. Booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [playboard & pelmet] Wooden stage section of Punch and Judy booth with swagged blue velvet curtain pelmet attached. Part of the booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [Side panel stage right] Side panel for stage right of the Punch and Judy show booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [side panel, stage left] Side panel for stage left of the Punch and Judy show booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [brass puppet rail with 4 posts] Brass puppet holding rail with four posts. Part of the booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker. [brass rail with 7 posts] Brass puppet holding rail with seven posts. Part of the booth used from 1937 onwards by Arthur William Ford (1901-1974) known as Professor Gordon Bavister, who scripted and operated a Punch and Judy show. Unknown maker.