Rare 1930s Teddy Tails in Great all original condition -Teddy Tails was a popular cartoon character who appeared in the Daily Mail newspaper .( He rivalled the Daily Express who printed the adventures of Rupert bear .)The Teddy Tails League was very popular with children of the time .Upon joining they received a Teddy Tails League membership badge / letter and Birthday postcards each year .With the internet these badges can be sourced quite easily however in all my years as a collector I have not came across another 1937 Coronation bar .*** Included in this sale is the rare / hard to find Coronation bar ***Teddy Tails comes wearing his badge / bar , accompanied by a membership letter from 1933 and 3 books.The earliest book is a hard back by Charles Folkard – published / illustrated circa 1915 .A great opportunity to acquire / own such a rare collection .I will post via Royal Mail Special Delivery .
Antique rare old vintage Jointed Teddy Bear 1950s.
Kept in excellent condition for its age with slight ware and tear on his rare back right leg and its original tag as shown in the photos. Its all original and has never been tampered with, possibly the last of its kind.It has an original barcode tag, as shown in the picture that not compatible with the eBay scan tool.
Sold as seen in the photos, so no returns.
Many thanks for your interest and happy bidding on this amazing Rare Christmas Teddy Bear
Vintage Antique Fully Jointed Teddy Bear, Large 35″ (89cm).
This lovely teddy bear is fully 5 way jointed with golden beige mohair with glass eyes and rexine paws.
The teddy bear has lovely mohair fur and good strong joints and his body is firm. The teddy bears right foot has a small hole which needs repairing, however I have left it as it is, as you can see what he has been made of, which looks like fine wood shavings and rexine material feet.
This teddy bear was once a growler but does not work now. This bear is very old and would estimate circa 1900 – 1915.
Now downsizing my collection of bears and will be listing more shortly.