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Fall 1999 Issue
The Fall 1999 issues main feature is Cats, and the Friends They Play With. This article has both artist and antique felines, mice, birds, and other various rodent-like creatures. In Teddy Today, they are all friends and play nicely together. The other feature in this issue is Victoriana. This beautiful and elegant article brings together some of the most talented artist creations dressed in their Victorian finery.
Convention and show reports include:
The store profile is on 2 Bears, Calgary, Canada
Artist profiles are as follows: Singaporean Imelda Teo, German Brigitta Lindeman, and Americans Christine Jesser, Janet Anderson, and Barbie Hampton.
For those antique Teddy Bear lovers we have Bearaphernalia. This article shows a glimpse of the vast array of Teddy Bear related items from the early part of the century.
A pictorial review of the auction items for the Steven Van Houten Artist Invitational whets collectors appetites.
Frank, the antique Ideal Teddy, that appeared on U.S. postage stamps, and the reproduction Frank is profiled.
The Bear Sleuth finds a rare treasure while at the Kansas City Jubilee show.
The Bear Appreciation Price Guide covers a Berg Bear, a Steiff Record Monkey and Zotty Bear, a Diem Teddy Bear, a Schuco Tricky Bear and a Smokey Bear.
The pattern is Kuki by Denis Shaw. This is a great Bear to make for the holidays.
Kimbearlees Kreative Musings examines taking an idea to completion.
The Top Ten discusses what Teddies Do When the Lights Go Out. The cartoon by Denis Shaw, could be anyones imagination at work in front of magic mirror.
Broken Things Can Be Fixed, by Pat Johnson, gives a heartwarming description of repairing human hearts with Teddy Bears.
The Calendar of Events covers shows from the end of October, 1999 to the end of February, 2000.
Alistairs column, Etc., Etc., Etc., discusses, blackberries, cats and the internet.
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