Who am I? Where do I come from?

by Ekaterina
(Victoria Australia )

Little Jointed Teddy Bear

Little Jointed Teddy Bear

Hello, I am a jointed little bear with what I think is either wood wool or straw inside me filling me up. I have round metal eyes and a really soft coat that I think is mohair. I came to my owner from a grandmother who travelled to Australia from Europe in the 1900's. I have lighter colour paws which are quite worn from cuddles. I am really, really loved but have no identity.. can you help me find my history and worth in the world of 2019?


•Price paid - .......
I wasn't paid for as I was a family gift that has been handed down from generation to generation
•Where bought from and when -.....
I don't know where I was bought from as all my ancestors are passed now and they knew the history of my journey
•A photograph of the bear (front and side views) - ....
I have given some photos and some extras positions too
•Make of bear - ......
I don't know my make - I have no identifiers on me at all - I do have what looks like a little bit of green on my neck but I am not sure if some children in my past have tied something around my neck as decoration
•Date of manufacture - ....
I do not know but my grandmother would now be 122 years old

For the most serious of collector it is also advisable to note:
•Label details ..
I have no labels
•Any damage and repairs - ....
I look like I have had my ear sewn back on in one corner with white string and my coat is worn and patchy from love and time
•Dimensions - .....
I am about 35 cm tall and I am quite round

•Materials i.e. glass eyes etc...
my eyes are metal and look like they are pushed into my head - they also looks like a little white paint patch on one like a pin head size on the edge of my eye next to the fur.....so maybe they were once painted or some children tried to paint on me...
•History if applicable ....
I only know that my grandma gave me to my owner and s

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