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Vintage Very Rare Hummel Collection - for sale in Vero Beach, FL

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Vintage Very Rare Hummel's Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. We have the following: "Umbrella Boy" Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. HM#: 152/A/0 Dim: 4.75 in. "Umbrella Girl" Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. HM#: 152/B/0 Dim: 4.75 in. "Goebel Figurine Sensitive Hunter Germany Boy Rabbit" Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "MARCH WINDS Goebel Blonde Hair Boy Scarf Blowing" Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Joyful" Figurine" This is the M.I. Hummel "Joyful" figurine. It is made in the Hummel factory in Germany. Each figurine is hand sculpted and modeled with fine detailing from the original sketches. After being baked and glazed, each figurine is carefully hand painted in many working steps based on the original painting. Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "The Lost Sheep" Hummel Figurine The Lost Sheep 1962 - Dimensions 4 1/2" tall X 2" in diameter. This delightful Hummel figurine represents a young shepherd finding a lost lamb and bringing it home. It is an adorable combination of colors and textures in the true Hummel fashion. The Hummel has the "Lost Sheep" tag on the side of the figurine and the bottom is marked W. Goebel of West Germany with the date of 1962 and the designation of 68/2/0. The maker's initial "A" is also on the bottom. The Lost Sheep is in amazing condition for its 51 years of age!! A valuable addition to any collection. Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Little Gardener" Rare"Little Gardener" Hummel #74 4.25" Goebel Figurine Book value 450.00 she is rare. She is also in very nice condition. THIS BEAUTIFUL HUMMEL WILL MAKE A GREAT GIFT OR A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION!!! Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Happiness" A young girl with braids, wearing a red dress with white polka dots, plays the mandolin. Retains title sticker to back. Maker's mark and "86" to underside. She is also in very nice condition. THIS BEAUTIFUL HUMMEL WILL MAKE A GREAT GIFT OR A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION!!! Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Trumpet Boy" "Trumpet Boy" Hummel figurine. Cute little boy standing with a trumpet tucked under his arm. He has a very sweet face. Great gift for a musician! Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Doctor" Doctor, which was the original work of master sculptor Arthur Moeller, joined the line about 1940. It was formerly known as "The Doll Doctor". Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Soloist Goebel" This figurine features a young boy with sheet music singing us all a song. Super cute! Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Street Singer" The Name of this Figure is 'Street Singer' Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Retreat to Safety" Depicts a boy climbing on a fence watching a frog. Made by the Hummel Factory in Germany. Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Charlot Byj Hummel Goebel Redhead Figurine" Here is an adorable little porcelain figurine of Shabby O'Hair and his little red puppy dog named "Kibitzer" Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "GOEBEL VINTAGE REDHEAD FIGURINE LITTLE BOY CALLED ( GOOD NEWS )" THIS IS A VERY CUTE VINTAGE HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE GOEBEL REDHEAD BOY HOLDING A NEWSPAPER WRAPPED AROUND FLOWERS AND THE OTHER HAND HAS A BAG FULL OF SOUR BALLS Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. "Goebel Sheer Nonsense Red Head Figurine" This figurine is an absolutely charming example of a little boy trying to cut a little girl's hair. The detail up to and including the little boy having to stand on a box to get tall enough to cut the little girl's hair is adorable. The scissors, comb and hand mirror add a lovely touch to this whimsical example of children at play and "getting into trouble!" The charm of this piece is self evident and the pictures absolutely do not do it justice. Purchased from Germany over 40 years ago. NO BOX! PICKUP IS RECOMMEN...

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