London, South Kensington
4 July 2006
A rare Joy-Toys teddy bear
with golden mohair/mix plush, orange and black glass eyes, pronounced muzzle, black stitched nose and mouth, fixed head, jointed limbs with cloth pads and label on right foot, circa 1940s --22in. (56cm.) high (general wear, some damage to pads, pads should have a painted finish, top of right arm seam open and faded); and a worn Pedigree teddy bear (2)
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This Australian firm based in Melbourne produced bears between the early 1920s and 1960s.
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