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Harry the Lion, Light Brown/Multi

Gund

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Harry the Lion, Light Brown/Multi

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Product Information

Made of:

polyester blend

Color:

light brown/multi

Care:

Hand-wash only.

Size:

6"L x 5"W x 18"H

Why We Love This

More than companions, these cuddly creatures are true collectibles. With Harry among your plushy pets, you'll never be left wanting for a hug.

There are teddy bears, and then there are Gund teddy bears. Founded by German immigrant Adolph Gund in 1898, the company has gained worldwide recognition for its wonderfully soft, delightfully designed plush toys. Each of its creations is a tangible manifestation of a hug and a cuddle. It’s little wonder, then, that while a child will keep his first Gund for life, it’s most likely not going to be his last Gund.

Why We Love This

More than companions, these cuddly creatures are true collectibles. With Harry among your plushy pets, you'll never be left wanting for a hug.

There are teddy bears, and then there are Gund teddy bears. Founded by German immigrant Adolph Gund in 1898, the company has gained worldwide recognition for its wonderfully soft, delightfully designed plush toys. Each of its creations is a tangible manifestation of a hug and a cuddle. It’s little wonder, then, that while a child will keep his first Gund for life, it’s most likely not going to be his last Gund.