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Mary Meyer Stuffed Toys
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Happy Birthday to our Founder and Grandmother, Mary Meyer. She would have been 112 years old today.
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Love seeing new and familiar faces at the ABC Kids Expo!
#abckidsexpo16 #abckids16 #abckids2016
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Watch our toys settle into their display.

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Mary Meyer lobsters in trouble.

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Come see us at Strolling of the Heifers Slow Living Expo today 10-4! (on the Retreat lawn)
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‪#‎tbt‬ This Lying Dog was made in 1975. During these years Mary Meyer was using some expensive fur coat fabrics to make some expensive stuffed toys. We made some of our best designs in expensive fabrics to offer a more expensive finished product, which included the Sable teddy bears and some Sable and White lying dogs. The Sable plush fabric was a beautiful quality and a long lasting fabric. A similar design was made in 1975. http://marymeyervintage.com/

This Lying Dog is made of white acrylic plush body and head with brown-tan-white check high quality fur coat fabric cheeks, ears and tail. The eyes and mouth are felt and the nose is a black pompon with a red satin neck ribbon.
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So cool! Love unboxings! ‪#‎repost‬ Moonlit Lullaby Meet Allison! Isn't she just adorable? She makes sure all of our new arrivals hit our sales floor as soon as we receive them! Come shop with Allison this week! {PS - I think our stuffed animal delivery today was her most favorite! Marshmallow Zoo Only $20!}
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‪#‎TBT‬ The Old Fashioned Mary Meyer Teddy Bears were made with German Mohair plush for many years. The plush fabric was made by Hildebrande Co. in Goeppingen, Germany. They are no longer in business. They were also a supplier of plush to Steiff and other German stuffed toy makers at the time.

When Mary Meyer first made these bears, the hands and feet were tan felt, but we found felt did not stand up well to children's playing and holes developed in the hand and foot pads. We then switched to another fabric that resembled felt that would not wear as easily. The eyes were lock-in plastic with a realistic appearance. Nose was a black felt circle and the tongue a red felt tear drop. Each bear had a red satin neck ribbon. Hang tags on each bear were black ink on a gold heavy paper plus a sewn in tag stating Mary Meyer - Townshend, VT.
http://marymeyervintage.com/…
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