This is a wonderful 1930s German bisque princess from "Sleeping Beauty" fairy tale figurine that was given out as part of the Winter Hilfswerk charity. The Winter Hilfswerk (WHW) was a charitable organization started in the 1930s in Germany in order to give people work as well as to raise money for poor people. The trinkets were sold at Saturday markets to raise money for the charity. Some had little strings so that one could use it as a Christmas ornament on a feather tree. The Princess is just darling and a perfect doll size! She is holding her spinning wheel top. The figurine measures 1.5 inches tall. Excellent painting and very good condition. The hole in the back of the figurine is original from the factory and done on purpose on all the WHW figurines. I have other WHW figures for sale in my other listings.
Non-smoking home. I will combine shipping with other items in my shop.
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1930s German Bisque Doll Sized Princess "Sleeping Beauty" WHW Charity Figurine