Poster, circus, 'Grand Cirque Russe...Grand Soiree Equestre....Au Transvaal episode historique de la guerre Anglo-Boer....' text in French, paper, F. Meyer Van Loo (print), Gand (Ghent), Belgium, 1900.
Vertical format single sided printed poster, black text on tan ground, text in French, advertises a performance of the Cirque Russe at the New Circus, Gand, Belgium, April 9, 1900. The performance consists of a Great Equestrian evening; the debut of the Rinaldi brothers, eccentric clowns; M.R. List animal trainer and assorted animals and for the first time in Gand, a pantomime "In the Transvaal" which is an historic episode in the Anglo-Boer war. The pantomime includes performances by Guillaume Jandaschewsky as the Boer farmer and solos by Mme Christine Jandaschewsky and Mlle C. Jandaschewsky, in the Dance of the miners of the Transvaal and Dance of the English evolution. (see OF for partial translation of text)
Printer l c obverse, printed back text, "Gand, imprimerie ¬? vapeaur F. Meyer-Van Leo, rue de Flandre, 66.", main text, major acts printed between printed pointed fingers "GRAND CIRQUE RUSSE/ ....GRANDE SOIR¬?E ¬?QUESTRE/ DEBUTS:/ FR¬?RES RINALDOS/ .... M.R. LIST/......AU TRANSVAAL/ Episode historique de la guerre/ ANGLO-BOER...."