by Lori Mae Collectibles
Hello. This bear either belonged to my father (.b. 1935) or his mother (b. 1907). It is 20" tall, the legs and arms move and there are no tags or markings. One of the glass eyes falls out, so I am including a photo of it. The stuffing is stiff and crunchy, the fur is silky and soft. The pads on the hands and feet seem to be worn felt. There is a growler inside, but it no longer works properly (it used to in the 1980s, but not now). It is all original. The family lived in the Niagara Peninsula and along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec during 1907-1950. Any idea who the maker might be and what year it was made? Thank you!
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