Goebel M.I. Hummel Happy Traveler 109/0 The bottom is marked bee incised. Modeled by master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1936. This item is circa1970-1979. No chips, cracks or repairs.
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PRODUCT INFORMATION – The whimsical child figurines originated in the 1930's after postcards depicting the sketches of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel. Franz Goebel was the head of W. Goebel Porzellanfabrik in Germany. He purchased the rights to produce the first line of Hummel's in 1935. The figures were appealing to Europeans and among Germans who immigrated to the United State. After WWII the popularity of Hummel figurines grew as American soldiers stationed in West Germany began sending the figurines home as gifts. Hummel figurines are produced today and are a popular collector item.
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