18 objects are associated with this tag.
Black and white plush unjointed panda in a standing position with arms raised. It is wearing a red and white polka dot skirt. The paw pads are white. The nose is black the mouth is red and the eyes orange and black plastic. It is filled with polyester beans.
Soft toy plush panda made by Anna Club Plush in 2002
Mohair panda made in Germany by Steiff in about 2000, tags still attached
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Angry', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Smiley', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Sculpture, fibre-glass, one of three toy panda figures, 'Bruised', from 'Hi, Panda' series, Ji Ji, Shanghai, 2007.
Poster, 'The Panda man film party', created for the Shanghai International Film Festival, 2004.
"Man needs rain forests too" poster depicting a monkey in a treetop, screenprint, by Tom Eckersley for the World Wildlife Fund, England, 1982
'Slottizoo Panda', from the Slotty Range of products, designed by Clifford Richards, 1960s
Mechanical toy panda
Battery operated mechanical drinking panda made in Japan in the 1970s
Battery operated mechanical shoeshine panda made in Japan in the 1970s
Set of soft toy pandas
Four nylon plush pandas probably made in the Far East in the early 1980s
Lithographed tinplate clockwork drumming panda made in China in the 1970s
Teddy bear shaped panda soft toy with jointed head and limbs. The head and body front are white mohair plush. The arms, legs, ears and body back are black mohair plush. The feet and paw pads are white linen. The eyes are black and orange glass on wire shanks with a backing of black felt. The nose is of black wool horizontally stitched, the mouth an almost straight line of black wool with a short vertical stitch. There are four white wool stitched claws on each paw and three on each foot (one is missing on each). The head is stuffed with wood wool (excelsior), the body with kapok and the arms and legs with a mixture of these two. There is a squeaker type voice box within the body.
Design: chromolithographs, the reverse side is printed in red and white with diagonal straight lines and horizontal wavy lines; there is a panda's face in the centre
Teddy bear or panda
blown moulding, violet blue vinyl representing a seated bear with the right arm raised
the head and upper body are painted white with the ears and arms left blue; green bow at neck
facial features are dark navy blue and there are violet blue patches around the eyes