Hummel Mi Figurines From The Heart
HUMMEL FIGURINES. Give a special gift to someone you love, or treat yourself to one of these charming porcelain pieces. Handmade in Germany. 3 1/2" high. "From The Heart".
Hummel M.I. Sweet Music 155848
This piece was the original work of master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1947. It was once know as "Playing to the Dance". It is one of several figurines that make up the Hummel orchestra.
Hummel Goebel HUM 81 School Girl 81/0 Figurine c1960
M I Hummel's School Girl figure model number HUM 81/0. A little girl carrying a basket and with a satchel on her back. Pretty little orange skirt and a darker blouse. Modelled by master sculptor Arthur Moeller in 1937. Third mark (19571963). No chips, cracks or restoration. 5 inches 12.5 cms tall and weighs 125g. Original printed sticker present. Incised M I Hummel signature to the top of the base. Incised 81/0 to the underside.
Hummel First Mate 2148/B
Hummel;New in Box
Hummel Goebel HUM 53 Joyful c1960 Figurine
Hummel figurine 53 Joyful. TMK 6 A photo of this figurine's markings on the underside of the base are included with the listing. Figurine is 4". Designed by Mastor Sculptor Reinhol Unger in 1936. This figurine was once known as "Banjo Betty."
Hummel ** Hitting The High Note ** Hum 846 by
Hummel Reference Number 151996;Hummel Figurine Number 846;Size 4.00