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Product Image Chiltern Teddy 1940s called Henry

Antique Teddy Bear Chiltern 1940s 15 inches Gold Mohair


Vintage Chiltern Hugmee Bear called Charles Henry Esquire a Real Character with his debonair Blue Silk Velvet Dickie Bow! Teddy measures 15" inches Circa Early 1940s


  • Adorable Antique Chiltern Bear dating from the early 1940s
  • Meet Charles Henry Chiltern Esquire with his shy innocent expression
  • Dashing and Debonair Charles has worn well over the years
  • His Gorgeous Antique Mohair is a mellow Gold colour and lovely and soft
  • Overall he is very well furred with a 75 – 80% coverage
  • A few small areas of fur loss but nothing that detracts from his appeal
  • Charles measures approximately 15” inches from top to toe
  • His nose stitching is original and in good condition
  • As are his Amber Gold Eyes with the slightly stunned expression
  • Despite being a debonair gentleman Charles is actually a bit Camera Shy!
  • Charles is looking for a kind caring owner that enjoys the fine things in life
  • Once he gets to know you he is a lot more outgoing although his squeaker no longer works
  • His Velvet pads are original he has couple of very skilful almost invisible darns to the feet
  • His Paw pads are in great condition all the better to hold your hand
  • Claw stitching is intact and appears to be original
  • Charles has put on his best Blue Silk Velvet Bow tie to meet you
  • A lovely early Collectable Chiltern Hugmee in Great condition
  • We hope you fall in love with him!
    • Charles is in Very good Condition overall
    • He has a good 75 - 80% mohair coverage
    • His joints are in fair condition
    • Claw and nose stitching appears original
    • Original Velvet pads to paws and feet
    • Just 2 minor small old almost invisible expert repairs to feet
    • Body in good condition overall stuffing good
    • Amber Glass eyes appear to be original
    • Dickie bow included
    • Squeaker in his tummy no longer works
    • Bear measures approximately 15" inches
    • Dates from the early 1940s
    • Item ID: AB1082