Searching – 90’s Small White Fat Bear Half Red, Half Blue Stripes & Cone Hat

I am looking for my childhood “Wubby” whom I lost when I was 12 (His name was Junior Bear) :(…

It is a small (6 inches tops) white teddy bear with a big fat roundish body, small head, small beady eyes (close together) and nose, and, with itty bitty arms and legs sticking out and little white balls as the “paws”. His body is unique in that it has a seam down the middle; on one side of the seam there are red and white vertical strips and on the other is blue and white horizontal stripes (or maybe solid blue).

He has a cone shaped hat that has these same patterns with a little white ball on top (kind of resembling a wizard hat/birthday hat). He’s often confused with a patriotic bear, BUT he has more of a circus/clown/wizard feel. I got him around the early 90’s and cannot find him anywhere! I lost the hat a while ago so it’s OK if it’s without.

He is not “plush” or “soft”. He was more of a polyester fabric – probably a cheap made-in-china thrift shop brand that my mom picked up for me when I was little, BUT HE WAS LIKE MY BF!

PLEASE! help me find him!! I would be eternally grateful!

Thank you in advance,

Shannon

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Searching for a toy – Originally posted Dec 11, 2012

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Posted Dec 11, 2012

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