Vintage Teddy bear - Where is it from/ what can I search to find it again?

by Lauren Martin
(Ely, UK)

Trying to track down a vintage teddy bear – not sure where to start!

My father was gifted a teddy bear as a young child from his father. He still has it, though worn and aged.
I am hoping to track down the same bear as a gift for him in better condition, it may be impossible but at least finding where it came from could be a great start…

I have a photo of the bear when first gifted, and now.
The bear is yellow bear with a white belly and red/orange ears with red/orange paws and feet.

It isn’t a small bear. It would have been gifted perhaps in the 70s (making an estimate on my fathers age in the photo I have)

If anyone could give any help in tracking where this bear came from, it would be appreciated beyond words. I have attached two photos, one from when it was gifted and one (not great quality) of it now.

I'm not sure what else to write, but if you could help of need any more information I would be more than happy to try to help.




Trying to track down a vintage teddy bear – not sure where to start!

My father was gifted a teddy bear as a young child from his father. He still has it, though worn and aged.
I am hoping to track down the same bear as a gift for him in better condition, it may be impossible but at least finding where it came from could be a great start…

I have a photo of the bear when first gifted, and now.
The bear is yellow bear with a white belly and red/orange ears with red/orange paws and feet.

It isn’t a small bear. It would have been gifted perhaps in the 70s (making an estimate on my fathers age in the photo I have)

If anyone could give any help in tracking where this bear came from, it would be appreciated beyond words. I have attached two photos, one from when it was gifted and one (not great quality) of it now.

I'm not sure what else to write, but if you could help of need any more information I would be more than happy to try to help.

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