Hummel Goebel Figurine 47/2 Tmk 1 Incised Zone Crown Goose Girl N191 Oc For Sale
LM N191 OC 4.3 CLICK HERETO VIEW OURFRE5UENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSPAGE! PLEASE BE SURE TO USE THE PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONBELOWASA GUIDE TO WHAT YOU WILL BE RECEIVING IF YOU WIN THIS sale! To view other great itemsclick here! Here's a short home-made video about buying hummels on : Please also watch our video on how to clean your hummels. sale INFORMATION
Up for saleis abeautiful Hummel/Goebel FigurineGOOSE GIRL#47/2TMK 1 Incised Zone Crown MarkApproximate size: 7.5" Sorry, No Box Condition: We see no chips or repairs. There is one line of crazing near her arm and one line of crazing on her face.Please look at photos below. Please remember, this is an saleand you are outofferding people so ask any questions before offerding. We try to be very accurate, but all sales are final.
Please note, insurance is included as part of the shipping cost and shipping can be calculated in the "shipping and payments" tab towards the top of this sale.We are legally obligated to charge New York State residentsand people whohave their items shippedtoa PO Box in NY statethe New York sales tax of 8.625 percent. This tax does not apply tonon-residents of New York State.
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Hummel is a line of ceramic figurines based on the artistic style of German nun Maria Innocentia Hummel. Alongside Spain's Lladro, it is a world renowned series of products.
The Hummel figurines that Goebel is most famous for producing are uniformly "cute." The first figurines were sold in 1935, and have since become a kitsch icon. The figurines are all based on the drawings and paintings of children by sister Hummel. Though much of the art was done in the 1930s, the newer figurines have adopted a more contemporary appearance.
In addition to the figures of children (which are what most people think of as "Hummels"), there are also Hummel saints which bear no resemblance stylistically to the playful children figurines.
Sister Hummel's works were discovered by Franz Goebel after a small publisher began printing her artwork as postcards. Goebel started production of the figurines under the authorization of the Convent of Siessen. Although she died in 1946 from tuberculosis, Goebel carries her legacy.
Goebel announced on 2008-06-18 that the Hummel line will be discontinued.***USE SHIPPING CALCULATOR TO FIGURE SHIPPING COSTS FOR YOUR AREA*** We will combine shipping within one payment; however, we ask that you request shipping combination and pay within 10 days of your first sale won. Handling Time: Upon receiving payment it takes up to5business daysto send out your order, but we usually do it in 3 days(please note, this is not the time it will take to get to you - that will depend on the shipping method chosen).We always strive to get items out quickly and safely.We accept paypal payments
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