Vintage Tinkerbell Disney Ana Goebel Hummel Figurine Figure Peter Pan Tm#5 Or #6 For Sale
Warehouse Find from Germany - Goebel Hummel Tinkerbell Figurine Disney Vintage Germany Trademark of your choice #5 or #6. * There is good about each trademark # - Read below for further information*
RARE: 8-1/2" Ceramic Figurine of Walt Disney's "Tinker Bell" by Goebel, Stamped (DIS 188), Walt Disney Productions 1959, WEST GERMANY.
Tinkerbell is 8 1/2"high and her wingspan is approx. 2.25 inches wide. A quantity of the Tinker Bells (DIS 188) incised dated 1959 were inported in what remained of a 2,000 numbered edition firing. This source was Germany, per the TOMART'S DISNEYANA CATALOG 1989.
The figurines are in excellent condition, disney artist signed, some crazing because of age. (vintage figurine) No chips or cracks
Wehave different goebel trademarks (2).The older trademark #5 figurine which is harder to get andthe newer trademark #6 (Tinkerbell has puff ball on her shoes). You can have your choice of trademarks. Other sellers will not be able to give you the choice.
Trademark #5 underside is shown. #5 and has smooth shoes.
Trademark #6 has less crazing and has no bee mark on the underside and has textured shoes.
These figurines selling for over $360.00 at the Internation Expo in Chicago, New York, and Long Beach, CA
This figurine has also sold numerous times on for more then $200 each plus seller shipping charges.
offer NOW FOR THE LOWEST PRICE!!!!
View other sales!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.GREAT FOR COLLECTORS OR AS A GIFT!
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