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trim", meaning that her limbs, face, tail tip, and head crown were long mohair, while her body and neck were short mohair. This Snobby pattern proved so popular that she was soon being produced in as a riding toy, a puppet, and as a soft, curled up resting animal. Fast forward a few years post the classic Snobby period, Steiff continued to produce dozens of mostly soft plush play poodles in white, black, gray, and brown through the next three decades. The photos above on the left show some of the better and lesser known post-war Steiff poodles; pictured here are a grey mohair 35 cm lying Snobby poodle (1955 - 1967), a black mohair 14 cm black Snobby poodle (1953 - 1974), a 12 cm white plush Whitey poodle (1978 - 1984), and a pair of black plush 50 cm standing and begging studio poodles (1978 - 1984).