Dangle Bear – #164
The Dangle Bear was designed by Mary Meyer herself in the very early 1950s and made into the mid 1960s. It was an 8½" high bear stuffed with shredded foam rubber, with felt eyes, nose & tongue, with an elastic loop to attach toy to a crib, and a satin neck ribbon. This bear was also made with a wind-up musical movement that plays children's tunes.
Each toy had an elastic sewn into the seam at the top of its head felt eyes, nose and tongue and a satin neck ribbon.