London, South Kensington
4 July 2006
A Strunz-type teddy bear
with brown mohair, black boot button eyes, pronounced clipped muzzle, black stitched nose, mouth and claws, swivel head, jointed elongated limbs and hump, circa 1910 --20in. (51cm.) high (bald spots to chest, feet, back and legs, darned holes to muzzle, repaired ankle and half way up left arm, pads recovered, general wear and thinning)
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This bear is known as Bonny.
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