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Question Regarding Little Bookkeeper Hummel Figurine
First introduced in the US market in 1962, this figurine was originally modeled in 1955 by master sculptor Arthur Moeller. Has an incised 1955 copyright date. A "Little Bookkeeper" with a full bee trademark 2 was recently purchased at auction in New York at a fraction of the true value Read More...
Price Range $355 (current model) to $4000 - $5000 Trademark 2, Trademark 3 $1000-$1500 all others $355-$450
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|Question: I am not sure of the name but it is a little boy in a checked jacket sitting at a table reading a book. At the base of the table is a small black dog with a red collar and at the base of the boy's stool is another open book. The Hummel signature is on the 'floor' of the figure. On underside there is a stamp of the V with the bee inside with a copyright symbol followed by 'by W.Goebel W.Germany'. The numbers 306 and 1955 are stamped separately as well as two lots of 74 which are in a different font.
||Answer: The figurine is called Little Bookkeeper. Please look at the article on Hummel Trademarks to determine the mark on this figurine. Probably Trademark 4 - book value $400-$450|
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