1930’s Teddy Bear with hinged mouth and zipped back

by Linda Anderson
(Harriman, NY. USA)

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This was my fathers Bear when he was a child. It has a hinged neck that opens his mouth. There is a metal tube that leads to his stomach so you can “feed” him. His back has a zipper that enabled you to removed what was fed. He’s 16” from head to toe , his body measures 7” across , arm to arm width is 12” , diameter around belly area is 14”. He has seams on arms and legs , he’s able to sit up without leaning on anything.

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Jan 22, 2021
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by: Anonymous

Have you found out the price of this bear? I couldn't find it anywhere (photos or info on this year) we have one as well, it was my grandmothers in the 1940's. What is the history of this and is it worth anything?

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