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My Chris-bear tree! - Dollsin Dolls
More Teddies I LOVE! - Dollsin Dolls
Some of my schuco cuties! - Dollsin Dolls
Some of my favourite Teddies - Dollsin Dolls


  1. I believe he is a Steiff Original teddy, circa 1940, early 1950's from his characteristics. He looks like he could tell a story or two! Very cute.
  2. Hi, I've seen this type of teddy on Ebay a lot lately. My collecting friends and I are of a consensus that these bears are not terribly old I'm afraid.
  3. Hi, this is a Steiff Maskenbar or masked teddy bear. He dates from the late 1960's to the 90's. If his feet are felt instead of a synthetic material he is 60's early 70's.
  4. Love this little cutie! I have a similar bear with ff button, but it really is something for him to still have his ear flag/stock tag. Gorgeous and lucky you!
  5. Hi Manikin and Kony, believe Schuco also made regular bears (without tails) but of course they are hard to attribute with no other ID. His long snout could also point to Bing... Glass eyes for mos...
  6. Hi there, thanks for commenting on my Chris-bear tree. Your bear is lovely and huge! He has the look of the 1920's German bears. I have a 24" Schuco yes/no bear circa 1920 who has very similar feat...
  7. Thanks so much!
  8. Hi there, is he an artificial silk or cotton fur instead of mohair? I have a similar bear that came from Poland originally and his fur is an artificial silky soft fabric. From his body shape he look...
  9. She is gorgeous. What lovely eyes she has!
  10. Likely excelsior, a type of wood wool shavings although many British bears were also stuffed with kapok, a soft plant stuffing kind of like cotton batting. It looks like he had a growler from the squ...
  11. He is a cutie for sure. Do you know if his plastic nose is original? Are his eyes glass or plastic? Glass eyes would place him likely 1950's, or earlier but the plastic nose seems 1960's. By his l...
  12. Yes, he is a lovely example of a 1950's Schuco bear. He is lovely.
  13. Just wanted to add that according to my research, there seem to be only two times that Steiff used the blank button: early 1900's and then around 1948. That said, they did sometimes use up old button...
  14. Thank you, I love them! It's a wonderful obsession. I just 'rescued' a lovely little bear and will try to add some photos soon.
  15. I love your collection too. Would your mystery bear be a Pedigree bear do you think? I'm in Canada too. I love that you do trading, that is a great way to get bears. I wish there was a network to ...
  16. You are so lucky! I have many Schuco bears from the 1920's to the 1950's and you have a gorgeous Yes/No Teddy there. I will try to post a photo of some of mine to share.
  17. Wish my Hubby was as great a Teddy hunter! Gorgeous and personable little bear you have there.
  18. I am pretty sure the first bear is a circa 1950-60's Steiff original teddy. The dark brown ones are harder to find as they did not seem to be as popular. I love him. The other is cute, but I have n...
  19. This is a beautiful bear. Steiff had blank buttons in the early 1900's and then again post war around 1948. There was one post war bear that they made using the pre war pattern. This may be one of ...
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This was my Mom's Teddy Bear. Very Well Loved Mohair Bear