Reenactor Fairs

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Does anyone know whether there are any markets/fairs that specialise, or at least have a reasonable selection of Edwardian/WW1 items, clothing in particular?
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Scottish Lady wrote:Does anyone know whether there are any markets/fairs that specialise, or at least have a reasonable selection of Edwardian/WW1 items, clothing in particular?
This outfit (which I used for a Victorian monologue during a "Night of History" at our local theatre group) was picked up by visiting charity shops and eBay
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Sadly no, Re-enactors markets don't tend to cater to this period and militaria fairs tend to focus on WW2.
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Thanks, I spend ages trawling charity/vintage shops and have a fair amount, but hey, you can never have enough of a good thing!
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Are you looking for anything in particular?

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