Steiff Teddy Bears

Stuffing dreams are made of

www.thesun.co.uk
October 9, 2007

“…more than 2,000 teddies were auctioned at Christie’s for an amazing 93,000 pounds (US $190,000).

The collection from the Teddy Bear Museum in Stratford-Upon-Avon was owned by former MP, TV personality and author Giles Brandreth.

A Grandfather Bear, a large Steiff teddy from the 1920s, sold for 10,000 pounds (US $20,300). A rare Steiff PB28 Rod Bear from 1904 was sold for 10,000 pounds (US $20,300) and a Barle, a Steiff centre-seam teddy from 1908 sold for 8,750 pounds (US $17,800).”

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