London, South Kensington
17 May 2001
'Sir Ed Ted'
made by Janis Harris, a limited edition of 26 collectors bears, golden mohair wearing green jcaket, boot and sunhat --20in. (51cm.) high; a framed photograph signed by Edmund Hillary, a framed New Zeland five dollar bill featuring Hillary and a framed photograph of one of these bears climbing a snowy rock face
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Sir Ed Ted is a special bear made by New Zeland bear artist Janis Harris in honour of the national hero of her home country, Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to scale Mount Everest.
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