(1919) Fadap Jacques

Jacques is a charming humpbacked Fadap bear c.1920s, with a great long snooty snout. He is wood wool stuffed and 46 cms (18") tall. He has original clear glass eyes and a re-stitched nose and mouth done some time ago. Fully-jointed, his legs are a little stiff, but he manages to sit down quite easily. Most of his felt pads have been recovered in the past, and also patched. He's slightly threadbare in a few places but he's a sturdy bear with a sprinkling of white mohair remaining. This jaunty character wears his woolly vest and handmade waistcoat, with vintage trousers and new straw boater. 



Date 1919
Make Fadap French
Fabric Mohair White
Size 18 ins
Eyes Glass with painted backs
Features Hump
Jointed Fully Jointed
Pads Felt with 3 stitches to paws and pads
Stuffing Woodwool
Clothes A French Ensemble
Number 180

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