plush

20th century

A) bear and B) sweater

One camel colored mohair teddy bear (A) with metal jointed moveable arms and legs. The bear has a black embroidery thread nose and mouth and brown plastic eyes...

circa 1968-1990

A) bear, B) hat, C) sweater and D) scarf

One caramel (grey/brown) colored mohair teddy bear (A) with bendable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a brown...

circa 1968-1990

A) bear and B) sweater

One beige colored mohair teddy bear (A) with bendable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a brown embroidery thread nose and mouth and...

circa 1968-1990

One caramel (grey/brown) colored mohair teddy bear with jointed moveable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a brown embroidery thread nose and mouth and brown...

1982-1999

One golden colored mohair teddy bear with jointed moveable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a black embroidery thread nose, mouth, fingers and toes and black...

1984-1986

One cream colored mohair teddy bear with jointed moveable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a brown embroidery thread nose, mouth, fingers and toes and black...

20th century

One golden brown colored teddy bear with jointed moveable limbs and head and the trademark Steiff back hump. The bear has a black embroidery thread nose and mouth and black plastic eyes. It has...

2008

Stuffed animal toy. This duck is made of white (although now mostly brown from dirt) plush, with orange fabric beak and feet, and plastic eyes, holding a pink (faded) orb that may have been...

1875-1880

This crazy quilt has history connecting it directly to Oakland. According to family history it was made in Iowa c.1875-1880 before the family moved to Oakland, probably in the 1880s. Rose Salzer...

1891

Large dance bid for the February 14, 1891 Oakland Bricklayers' Association dance and reception, held at Germania Hall. "Sixth Anniversary of the Oakland Bricklayers' Association, at Germania...

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