Can you help with my fathers teddy I.D

by Teresa
(Spain)

Brown Teddy Bear

Brown Teddy Bear

Brown Teddy Bear
Lower Body of teddy bear
side view of teddy bear
close up of the face of my teddy bear

Hello to you all I was wondering if somebody could help me with my fathers teddy , My dad is 75 years old and he has had this teddy since he was a little boy, It was given to him by a friend of the family in Madrid , I believe it wasn´t new when he received it because in those days my fathers parents were not very wealthy , the only toys they had where the ones they made with what they could find in the streets, My father's has the idea that he is a very old and important teddy , but I do not know how to find some information , I have looked on the web but for me they are all very similar .


Teddy is 16 inches long , his arms are 7 inches and his legs about 6 and a half , when you pick him up and move him you can hear a sound like a clonk inside , his head moves rotating on something that feels like a two piece round metal , the same happens with is legs and arms , his eyes are brown and the feel and sound like glass , ( they seem to be the original ones there is no marks on them ) , one off is legs as a little hole and you can see that inside he has a type of straw , his hair is not in a very good condition it seems that when you touch him some off the hair turns to dust ( I would also wish if someone could tell me what I have to do to stop this happening ) he has lost ios hair in some parts of the body, his ears seem to be very small comparing to many of the photos I have seen of the web , my grandma stitched the bottom part of his right foot and also on his mouth , he has 5 fingers and 5 toes

My father says that when they gave it to him it use to make a noise like a growl , but he can´t remember if it was touch in him or tilting him , his colour is like a yellow , blond .

On the back off his head he has like a type of stitch with a thicker sting.

I hope somebody can help me
Than you in advance
Teresa

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