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This is a gently used white framed Winnie the Pooh picture 10 1/4 inches wide by 8 1/4 high in excellent condition.
The picture shows Christopher Robin placing Eeyores tail back on with a hammer. Winnie the Pooh is watching Chistopher and Eeyore with a cute smile.
The framed picture of Eeyore,Christopher and Pooh has a white background with a blue border and says "Friends make sure you have all your pieces" beneath it.
This would make a great addition for Winnie the Pooh lovers or to decorate any childs bedroom.
This little bear captured the hearts of many visitors to the London Zoo, among them A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin Milne. They became frequent visitors and it was Christopher who added “Pooh” to Winnie’s name. He got the name from his pet swan named Pooh. Christopher had a bear given to him on his first birthday on August 21, 1921 which he first called Edward Bear, but soon changed to “Winnie-the-Pooh” after the playful Winnie at the London Zoo. A.A. Milne started to write stories about a loveable bear in his children’s books based on that bear in the Zoo. In his first edition in 1926, he mentioned that these stories were about this bear and his son and his son’s stuffed animals. We have been told that Christopher Robin had a birthday party at the Zoo that included some of his friends and “Winnie-the-Pooh” as well, since it was held in Winnie’s den.
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