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My Grandma gave me this teddy bear in the early to mid 70's. I don't remember her saying it was my dad's teddy bear or not. If it was, my dad was born
HI everyone, I don’t know if you can help me with this. “Bear” was my mothers bear and I am trying to find out how old she is. My Mother was born in
The bears in the first picture were all produced by the Mary Meyer company. I'm assuming they were originally sold to tourists as vacation souvenirs by
Can anybody identify this unusual bear? I bought him about twenty years ago at a boot sale in Lincoln and was told by the seller that he was an old bear.
Hello My name is Don and I have a Teddy Bear in my possession that has been in my family for well before I was born, in fact before my father was born
My name is Alen and I am from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. I bought this teddy bear on local Sunday flea market Teddy Bear has brown lips. On touch
I have two The Velveteen Bean Bear company bears I got when living in the UK in the 70's or 80's (sorry lived there on two occasions). One is a policeman
I recently purchased this fellow on eBay. He was listed as having 'no identifying marks or tags'. The seller also wasn't sure if he is mohair or synthetic.
I was given him on the day of my Birth in 1933. We have been through a lot together since then. He was my comfort during the terrible WW2 bombings in
Hello! I recently rescued this fun loving guy from a thrift store and would love to know more about him! I cannot tell you his story or history and I don't
I have what I believe is a very special Red White Blue Teddy Bear. I have not an expert in bears, but I can tell you the following. It length is 22.
Help? This bear belonged to my mother-in-law's mother in the early 1900's. He is very heavy, hard, and crunchy. He's about 24 inches tall and is stuffed
I found this beautiful bear in my loft when I moved into my first property 26 years ago. He has glass eyes, is stuffed with wood wool, he has fully movable
The bears tag states it is from jenners by dean's. It seems the bears name is weaverly and it is a limited edition mohair bear number 65 of 200 made. It
I received the bear from a friend who inherited the bear and many other items from a family member that adopted a little Russian girl in the 1920's. The