The Eculevards Jules Ferry and Richard Lenoir where they run into the Place de la Bastille, Paris, echoed to the sound of the hunting horn the other day as M.
GV. Of Market.
CU. Odds and ends for sale.
SV.pan down Women sorting articles.
LV. Fitting seat to old time bicycle.
CU. Trying on crash helmet.
CU. Gun pan up to types.
CU. Statue amongst other articles.
CU. Old typewriter.
CU. Helmet pan up to type.
SV. Old Pram etc.,
SCU. Buyer and seller arguing price.
SV. Seller and a bidet in an Oxe body.
LV. Various scrap iron etc.,
CU. Man looking over old bicycle.
SV. Loading heavy article on to lorry.
SV. Buyer and seller arguing price.
SV. Old type and seller with old clothes.
LV. Old lady looking at articles for sale.
SCU. seller arguing price.
CU. Old motor car engines etc.,
LV. Ditto.................tyres etc.,
SV. Old Motor Car scrap parts.
LV. Of market.
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Background: The Eculevards Jules Ferry and Richard Lenoir where they run into the Place de la Bastille, Paris, echoed to the sound of the hunting horn the other day as M. Marcel Tardieu blew a stentorian note that announced the opening of the Foire a la ferraille (the Iron Fair). A cross between the Marche aux Puces, Petticoat Lane, and the Ciuchy, the Iron fair is an annual event at which no sale is barred. Mostly the articles on sale are of iron; from penny farthing bicycles of turret lathes; there are one or two antiques such as this authentic helmet from the personal guard of Napoleon 3. But the Iron fair is just the place to go to get the spanner that fits the nut that.....Well, you know what I mean, you cyclist or motorist. Incidentally, even the livestock here has a concealed, utilitarian, purpose.