This model comes with a free marmalade sandwich.
From the author:
"I bought a small toy bear on Christmas Eve 1956. I saw it left on a shelf in a London store and felt sorry for it. I took it home as a present for my wife Brenda and named it Paddington as we were living near Paddington Station at the time. I wrote some stories about the bear, more for fun than with the idea of having them published. After ten days I found that I had a book on my hands. It wasn’t written specifically for children, but I think I put into it the kind things I liked reading about when I was young." - Michael Bond
I've included a model with built-in supports and one without. I was able to print this model without supports with very little problem. The marmalade sandwich is also included as a separate object. I've removed the hand/suitcase from the model to eliminate the need to supports. They should glue back in with little effort.
Model finished size around 87, 67, 150 mm
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