On the left is Little Oz a small size Chiltern bear made in the late 50's early 60's, and is 9/10" tall. Poor boy has been in the wars and is wearing a lovely jacket and trousers to cover his scar. He also doesn't have very much mohair left and has a couple of holes in his paws and pads but is a strong little boy who would love a new home.
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On the right is Custard an unusual early post war sheepskin Farnell bear. He is 17" tall and has a great covering of fur.
At the back is 18" tall Norman who is probably an Invicta bear. He has an excellent covering of wool plush, but there is some wear to the surface of his paws and pads. He would make a lovely addition to someones hug.
In the front is Chad a lovely 30's Chad Valley dachsund, who still retains his celluloid Hygenic toys button on the inside of his ear and red label on the inside of his back leg. He is in great condition, his head is made of a short pile black mohair, the rest of his mohair has a brown tinge to it.
This is Heaton, he was probably made by Omega. He is 13" tall and has an unusual nose which is either made of plastic or Bakelite. There is an insert of mohair just below his nose which is very difficult to see and there are a few patches of wear which are mainly on his legs, the rest of him retains a good covering. His paws and pads are in good condition.
In this picture we have Jules who was probably made by Jopi. He looks more like a monkey than a bear with his long legs and is 17" tall, 10" when seated. He retains about 75% of his long white burnt orange tipped mohair, the main area of loss is to his front with some thinning on his arms.
A very unusual monkey/bear.
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