(1920) Bing. Bonhomie Sold £600

Bonhomie is a (16 ins) Bing teddy bear from the Cotswold teddy bear Museum with brown mohair, clear and black glass eyes with brown backs, pronounced muzzle, black stitched nose, mouth and claws, swivel head, jointed elongated limbs, seam down back of leg, hump and inoperative growler —16in. (40.5cm.) high (bald areas and wear, pads recovered, one ear half lose and top of right arm seam open) -This bear was sold at Bonhams auction for this museum in 1995 as lot 524; he was catalogued as a Steiff and made £3000. He comes with his Bonhams tag and original catalogue. 


Date 1920
Make Bing 
Fabric Mohair dark beige/brown
Size 16 ins
Eyes Glass
Features Long arms. Back leg seams
Jointed Fully Jointed
Pads Felt with back leg seams
Stuffing Woodwool

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