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Price £1,450.00 PEN INK AND COLOURED PENCIL 6 1/2 X 12 INCHES PROVENANCE:THE ESTATE OF FRED BANBERY EXHIBITED:'FRED BANBERY AND PADDINGTON BEAR', CHRIS BEETLES LTD, APRIL 2000 PRELIMINARY DRAWING FOR MICHAEL BOND, PADDINGTON AT THE CIRCUS, LONDON: COLLINS, 1973, PAGES 14 AND 15

Price £1,450.00 PEN INK AND COLOURED PENCIL 6 1/2 X 12 INCHES PROVENANCE:THE ESTATE OF FRED BANBERY EXHIBITED:'FRED BANBERY AND PADDINGTON BEAR', CHRIS BEETLES LTD, APRIL 2000 PRELIMINARY DRAWING FOR MICHAEL BOND, PADDINGTON AT THE CIRCUS, LONDON: COLLINS, 1973, PAGES 14 AND 15

Paddington Bear by Fred Banbery. In 1958 Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Paddington Bear by Fred Banbery. In 1958 Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery  In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery  In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery  In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of Pattington Bear books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of Pattington Bear books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

I loved Paddington growing up! I still eat Marmalade because of him.

I loved Paddington growing up! I still eat Marmalade because of him.

Paddington Bear is a fictional character in children's literature. He first appeared on 13 October 1958 and has featured in more than twenty books written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fort

Paddington Bear is a fictional character in children's literature. He first appeared on 13 October 1958 and has featured in more than twenty books written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fort

Fred Banbery  In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Fred Banbery In 1972, Michael Bond wrote the first in a series of books for younger readers. Since these were picture books, requiring a much more detailed illustrative style than the novels, a different artist was used. Fred Banbery illustrated a total of six Paddington picture books although his artwork has never appeared on any of the merchandising products.

Paddington Bear in the Garden ( Paddington) (Hardcover)

Paddington Bear in the Garden (Hardcover) (Michael Bond)

Paddington Bear in the Garden ( Paddington) (Hardcover)

Party Ark's ‘Paddington Bear Cookie Cutter Set’

Paddington Bear Cookie Cutter Set

Party Ark's ‘Paddington Bear Cookie Cutter Set’

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