I believe him to be a Pedigree circa late 1940's early 1950's.
There was no key so I raided my husbands garage (he likes to tinker with old clocks) and found a key that fitted.
His arm was no problem, a few stitches, a reconnection and - hey presto - a working joint again.
Then it was the special teddy dry bath and a good vaccuming and brushing to finish off.
He is now ready for sale in my Etsy shop.
Here are his before and after photos:-
|His arm was hanging off|
|He looks more relaxed now|
|A grubby boy|
|Cleaned up with his vintage lace bow|
|He has a bit of a strange tufty effect on his nose|