I recently acquired a Boyd's Bear without packaging. I would like to find out what this bear might be called. Since I can't find a photo of it anywhere and I've no idea when it was made, I wonder if it is rare.
It has a tag sewn on the body that states, (c)"!988-2004" The Boyd's Collection LTD (R) Gettysburg, PA 17325 USA Reg No. PA #1364 (CN) Devon EX14 4LEUK 3809052 The other side of the tag says what it's made out of and that it's made in China.
It is a plush bear, medium tan/grey. 14" tall. The right foot pad is embroidered with the two red beets and leaves Arms and legs are jointed. (moveable) Bear is dressed in: 1) Sage Green pans that are gathered by elastic at the ankles 2) Red windowpane checked dress consisting of bodice, gathered skirt, two velcro closure tabs at back, Sage Green ties that tie in the back, Sage green collar and a sage green pocket on the left hand side adorned with the same embroidered motif of 2 beets and leaves. 3) Sage green Velveteen peapod shaped "Hat" that has two very small green velveteen bears sewn in to it.