My Lovely Old Teddy

by Katrina Hudson
(Kentucky)

My Lovely Old Teddy

My Lovely Old Teddy

I've had this bear since I was a child in the 80s. I'm sure a family friend had him much longer. There's no longer a tag by which to identify my bear, but I vaguely remember one. He's an unjointed bear with red and black plastic eyes, a prominent nose which has a black plastic moulded piece, and maybe 11- 13 inches. He has a rather solid feeling body. I've looked all over for another bear like mine, but no luck yet. He may not be very old, but I want to know who made him. I haven't been in contact with the family friend who gave him to me in years. I have no info other than he's been around for more than 40 years. It would be great to identify his maker and maybe find out more about his origins. I would love to make a guess, but do not know much about the different brands of Teddy bears. I do have a Knickerbocker bear that I'm sure about, but this bear is my favorite and has survived many moves and most importantly, my childhood. Could he be a Pedigree bear?

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Jul 14, 2017
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Awesome!
by: Anonymous

I'd love to see a picture of your Teddy! I've never seen another like mine!


Jul 14, 2017
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Your Teddy and Mine are alike!
by: Anonymous

Oh my goodness! Our teddy s are so much alike. Exactly alike, in fact, except for the nose. Mine is brown and yours is black. I do hope you find the creator and year it was "born". ;-)

Jul 05, 2017
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by: Kate

Yes he does look like a modern bear i.e made in the last 40 years. He shows all the classic teddy bear making signs that were around then.

Due to the high number of makers around during this time without a label it can be near impossible to discover the maker, unless someone else has the same bear and knows. Lets hope someone knows him and will comment.

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