London, South Kensington
4 July 2006
A Farnell teddy bear
with white mohair, flat black boot button eyes, pronounced clipped muzzle, pinkish/brown stitched nose, mouth, webbed hand claws and feet claws, swivel head, jointed limbs with felt pads and hump, 1920s --14½in. (37cm.) high (balding to face, hands and chest, general thinning and wear, slight repair to muzzle, hand pads patched at wrists and some nose stitching replaced)
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This bear is known as Annabelle.
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