After WWII Kenton resurrected some of their earlier, but not outdated pre-war designs, in an attempt to compete with fierce competition from plastic and tinplate toys. One of these was their double beautiful horse-drawn "Circus Cage" with "Two Horses". Briefly available in 1941 it resurfaced in 1950-51. The later toy typically substituted rubber for metal wheels on the two horses.The toy consists of an ornately scrolled red and gold circus wagon cage with separate yellow frame and silver and yellow wheels. It holds a single, brilliant white polar bear and has a rear drop-down gate. It has its original wagon-master driver with dark blue body, blue hat, and pink hands/face.The Cage is pulled by a team of two red horses trimmed with gold painted harnesses and blinders. The pair has rubber wheels. Each horse has its original trainer-rider figure with dark blue body, blue hat, and pink hands/face.
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