This Hummel dealer plaque has the bumblebee perched on top and was manufactured between 1964 and 1972. In 1972 Hummel stop making the dealer plaque with the perched bee on top.
This trademark (TMK-4) is known as the 3-line mark and used the same stylized V and bee. On the right side of the V you will then see 3 lines, the list line has C (copyright) by, the second line has W. Goebel and the third line has W. Germany. Also this is signed M.I. Hummel and has the wording Reg. Trade Mark.
This item also has the #1947 but this is not the date this was made but rather is the copyright date. The copy right number is the date the original mold was made and not the date the piece was made.
This dealer plaque/display plague is in perfect condition. This item has no crazing as typically found on older Hummel pieces.
Condition: No cracks, chips, repairs and no crazing.
Item ID: T222
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