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Caravan Gypsy Vardo Wagon: A 1914 wagon built by one of the most famous builders, Dunton & Sons of Reading, England.

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Gypsy Caravan, Gypsy caravans, Gypsy Waggons and Vardos: Features and Articles 4

Print 1956 Romany Gypsy Caravan bow top wagon  Appleby Horse Fair new size

Print 1956 Romany Gypsy Caravan bow top wagon Appleby Horse Fair new size

French gypsies cooking food outside their caravan. Photograph by Yale Joel. France, June 1948.

French gypsies cooking food outside their caravan. Photograph by Yale Joel. France, June 1948 Is that a chicken? I think a couple chickens would be so homey!

Gypsy craven with gypsy horse.

English Gypsy caravan, Gypsy Wagon, Gypsy Waggon and Vardo: Photograph Gallery 1

Caravan Gypsy Vardo Wagon:  A #Gypsy wagon and its occupant.

The nomadic Gypsies play a massive role in the Empire of Ay, appearing in nearly every book, usually to spare the heroes.

This one is very interesting, single axle with a side entrance, it looks light enough to be pulled by a small donkey or a pair of goats.

The nomadic Gypsies play a massive role in the Empire of Ay, appearing in nearly every book, usually to spare the heroes.

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There's a revival of Gypsy Caravans in Britain. These wagons, historically, were called vardos and were the most prized possession of a gypsy.

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