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'Humphrey' teddy bear mascot
Teddy bear mascot called 'Humphrey' carried on the racing-yacht 'Maiden' during the 1989-90 Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race. It belonged to skipper Tracy Edwards b.1962. The toy is made of brown fur fabric, it has lost its legs, the right arm is partially missing and it has no eyes - the result of falling into a bilge pump during a storm from where it was retrieved some weeks later.
Original size: 135 mm x 75 mm x 55 mm
- Image reference: L4727-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London