Panda, standing, black chest

A-952, Panda, standing, black chest               

Height: 1 3/8”

Designer: Maxine Renaker

Production Dates:

S1978-F1979, as “Panda standing” (Black/white)

Mold Book Name: Panda, standing

Panda on three legs, white chest

A-494, Panda on three legs, white chest

Height: 1 1/8”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1961, as “Panda walking” (Black/white)

F1981-S1992, as “Panda” (Black/white)

F2000-S2003, as “Panda Cub standing” (Black/white/pink nose)

Mold Book Name: Panda, papa 

Notes: The numbers A-493 and A-494 were reversed in Charlton. Although this is known as “Panda with white chest,” there is a black-chest variation.

I believe the earliest (1961) version had a black nose and lined mouth, but this coloration may have been repeated later. 

Panda, standing, white chest

A-493, Panda, standing, white chest

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1961; F1981-F1990, as “Panda standing” (Black/white)

F2000-S2003, as “Panda Cub walking” (Black/white/pink nose)

Mold Book Name: Panda, baby 

Notes: The numbers A-493 and A-494 were reversed in Charlton. Although this is known as the “Panda with white chest,” there is a black chest variation.

I believe the earliest (1961) version had a black nose and lined mouth, but this coloration may have been repeated later. 

Bisque “Little Brother” Teddy Bear

B-103, Bisque “Little Brother” Teddy Bear

Height: 7/8”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1983-F1983 (Brown, blue shirt [other colorways possible])

Notes: Though Miniature-sized, the Bisque Bears were part of the Designer’s Workshop line. The order forms call them “Porcelain Roller Skating Teddy Bears (Bisque Porcelain with Movable Heads).” They are the only Hagen-Renakers made of porcelain. The heads were attached with elastic bands, which have inevitably become stretched out or even broken over time. Mold B-103 was later used for A-878, “Ski Bear ‘Sitzmark.’”

Bisque “Big Sister” Teddy Bear

B-101, Bisque “Big Sister” Teddy Bear

Height: 2”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1983-F1983, as “Big Sister” (Brown, yellow bow [other colorways possible])

Notes: Though Miniature-sized, the Bisque Bears were part of the Designer’s Workshop line. The order forms call them “Porcelain Roller Skating Teddy Bears (Bisque Porcelain with Movable Heads).” They are the only Hagen-Renakers made of porcelain. The heads were attached with elastic bands, which have inevitably become stretched out or even broken over time. Mold B-101 was later used for A-877, “Ski Bear ‘Hot Dog.’”

Bisque “Big Brother” Teddy Bear

B-102, Bisque “Big Brother” Teddy Bear

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1983-F1983, as “Big Brother” (Brown, blue or red/white cap, white bow tie w/red dots [other colorways possible])

 

Notes: Though Miniature-sized, the Bisque Bears were part of Designer’s Workshop line. The order forms call them “Porcelain Roller Skating Teddy Bears (Bisque Porcelain with Moveable Heads).” They are the only Hagen-Renakers made of porcelain. The heads were attached with elastic bands, which have almost invariably become stretched out or even broken over time. Mold B-102 was later used for A-876, “Ski Bear ‘Gussie.’”

Bear Cub, fighting

A-3384, Bear Cub, fighting                             

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Robert McGuinness

Production Dates:

S2002-S2004. as “Cub fighting” (Light brown)

Mold Book Name: Baby Bear hitting

Bear Cub with Hive

A-3383, Bear Cub with Hive

Height: 1 3/8”

Designer: Robert McGuinness

Production Dates:

S2002-F2005, as “Cub w/hive” (Light brown)

Mold Book Name: Baby Bear eating honey

Bear Mama, standing

A-3382, Bear Mama, standing

Height: 2 7/8”

Designer: Robert McGuinness

Production Dates:

S2002-F2005 (Light brown)

Mold Book Name: Ma Bear

 

 

 

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