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Teddy Bear Antique American Stick Bear

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I hope someone out there falls in love with this precious little guy.

He looks so much like an early Winnie the Pooh but I'm not a toy bear expert.

He is in downright decrepit condition with most of the original mohair completely rubbed off. He also has had some repairs and was obviously well-loved! I purchased him wearing the little, dirty dress, but removed it and did not save it as it was just in tatters. He is tightly stuffed with straw. I will rate his condition as POOR but LOVABLE!

Measuring twelve inches tall, he is fully jointed as well.

A person knowledgeable about teddy bears stated this about this bear:

"Your bear is an American stick bear or American top-stitched bear from circa 1910. You don't have a good shot of his arms and legs, but one can tell what he is simply by the football shaped body and the little round head with top-stitching like a baseball."

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Sweet.
Sweet!

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Teddy Bear Antique American Stick Bear

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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 98 reviews
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