Joyce Byers has designed a variety of figures you might see walking down the street in Victorian London. Everything from street vendors and criers to normal people on a walk down the street. They're fantastic to go with any display and group nicely together to bring back the feel of a cobblestone street in Old London Town.

Boy with Pretzel

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In the early centuries of the Church, Christians would fast on bread and water during the seasons of Advent and Lent. One day a creative young Italian monk rolled his Lenten dough of water, flour and salt into the shape of two arms crossed in prayer. He called his new bread bracellae- little arms-in Latin. German Christians called these breads bretzels, and over time, they became known as pretzels!

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