London, South Kensington
19 September 2007
The Teddy Bear Museum knitted tea cosy
applied with two knitted Guardsmen bears and various clay bears --14in. (35.5cm.) wide; a pottery teddy bear money bank; three knitted bears; and The Teddy Bear Craft Book with foreword by Gyles Brandreth, signed
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The pottery money bank in this lot lived on the mantel piece in the library. This can be seen on the front cover of The Teddy Bear Hall of Fame - A Century of Historic Bears, by Michele Brown and the Museum's Official Guide.
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