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    Posted 11 months ago

    Maryellenh
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    Good Morning, Found this Teddy at an estate sale packed away with items from the 20's and 30's. I have no idea if someone made it from home or was it bought from a company? It does have glass eyes, bottom of the feet could be cardboard, The vest is felt I believe and the material is like velvet. I plan on keeping it, but would like a little bit of knowledge to share his life.

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 11 months ago
      Does it seem to be stuffed with straw? The older ones were.
    2. Maryellenh, 11 months ago
      Not sure. I'm thinking straw would be noisy and this is not. I see many old teddies were stuffed with something called wood wool? Is this what was used in the beginning of the car industry in car seats maybe? Not sure of anything really...but thank you for your thoughts

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