London, South Kensington
19 September 2007
Devil and Dracula Bear by Gail Everitt
the devil of red dralon plush, orange and black plastic eyes, black stitched nose and mouth, swivel head, jointed limbs, red satin ear lining, pads and pitch fork and point devil tail, 1988 --13in. (33cm.) high (dusty and some paint marks to back of ears); and a similar Dracula with white dralon plush, white satin fangs and black velvet cape and trousers (dusty)
The two one-off bears were made exclusively for the museum in 1988 to celebrate Halloween.
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For these actual bears see The Teddy Bear Hall of Fame - A Century of Historic Bear, by Michele Brown, page 124 and 125.
Note from Gyles - This lot also includes The Teddy Bear Museum ghost, but only appears to those sensitive to the bearanormal.
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