With "underscored button" made of patinated steel "Button in Ear"
Caution: This product is not a toy and is intended for adult collectors only.
Richard Steiff wanted to have a bear with “the most vivacious smiling expression.”
A year later, in 1929, this bear type was registered for a patent: cute, with a new design and characteristic head shape, in four variations and with the annotation ”Teddy-Baby D R P.a” (“German Empire Patent Pending").
However, Teddy-Baby was not patented – and therefore received the “Teddy-Baby trademark” in October 1930.
He was still a great success. Teddy Baby replica 1929 is corn coloured with a squeaker is a replica for which a patent was applied for.
It is made of Alpaca, stuffed with excelsior, has felt paw pads and the tag “Teddy-Baby D.R.P.a."