It depends on what Steiff bear it is if you keep it for a long time say 20 years maybe 10 years then sell it you will make good money. The more fragile it will be worth more.
I am unsure of what the value of your Steiff Polar Bear plush toy. I recommend contacting the Steiff Company to determine what the value is. Their contact information is Steiff North America, Inc. 24 Albion Road Suite 220 Lincoln, RI 02865.
depending on which one you buy you can get up to £150
to tell if it is a steiff bear you have to look at its left ear to see if its got the steiff logo on it also it has a little book attachet
the value is around 135 euro or 170 USD according to steiff value database.
Use Ebay-it's easy to list.
Upon researching to find where one can purchase a Steiff bear it has been found that the company has a site for the US and the UK. One can order directly from the site or purchase these bears from either Amazon or eBay.
How much a Steiff Polar Bear EAN 062896 will depend upon the condition fo the polar bear. Some of the polar bears on some auction websites are worth upwards of $200 or $300 (which are in very good condition).
Polar the Titanic Bear was written by Daisy Corning Stone Spedden, and is a true story of Douglas Spedden's Steiff toy bear that survived the Titanic sinking.
Steiff button is the classic way the Steiff marks out its bears, a gold button and ribbon, usually in the ear, is a good sign of a genuine antique. There have been slight changes to the button through the years. A yellow ribbon means a regular bear, a white ribbon with red writing indicates a limited edition and a white with black writing ribbon is a replica of an older bear.
Margarete Steiff invented the first teddy around the 1900s. Elena Biondi
the button is the mark of a Steiff brand bear
The first Teddy bear was invented in the 1900s, by a German woman called Margarete Steiff.
Margarete Steiff was born in 1847.
There are a lot of false copies of Steiff bears. Franz, the nephew of Margarete Steiff, creator of Steiff bears, devised the famous 'button in ear' to distinguish the fakes from the authentic ones.
Richard Steiff was born in Giengen in Germany on February 7th, 1877.
It really depends on what is it. Is it a spoon you have? Or a miniture figure? I only really know that it depends on what series it is.
The Steiff USA produces many things for customers. The Steiff USA produces teddy bears, as well as classic stuffed animals, key chains, books and other accessories.
This site may not give you the answer your looking for, but it has many interesting facts and information, here is an excerpt and the site:Teddy Bear Chronology (from The Little History of the Teddy Bear by Michele Brown) 1834 Robert Southey writes Goldilocks and the Three Bears 1894 German toy company Gebr
Rolf Pistorius has written: 'Steiff' -- subject(s): Margarete Steiff GmbH, Teddy bears, Toys
The five most durable brand of teddy bears is: Boyds Bears, Steiff, Bearington, Vermont Teddy Bears and Build a Bear.
It's a small version of the steiff tea party from 1980's I have one.
Steiff is the most collected name for teddy bear collectors and finding one in mint condition is almost unheard of. But, it's value would depend upon which model it was. But, in any case, it's worth many hundreds of dollars and if you want to sell it, it should be put into a toy sale in one of the major auction rooms, Christie's for instance, to get the best price.
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the steiff company in Germany
As near as I can tell, Steiff bears are unreasonably expensive for two reasons: First, they are usually made out of Alpaca or Mohair, both very expensive and luxurious fabrics. Secondly, Steiff bears are so expensive because they have a tag on them that says "Steiff," and many people are willing to pay several hundred dollars for that tag. See related question below and discussion page.