4 inches high,2 inches base, great condition, Hummel marking is visible, but worn away
my deceased mother owned it and before that, it belonged to my grandmother (my mother just passed at age 96)
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Hummel porcelain figures, while expensive to collect new 'back in the day' - have not retained their fair-market value and are typically sold in large groups for a few hundred dollars, with prices for individual pieces rarely selling for more than $15-25. It's simply an issue of too much supply vs. not enough demand...
Hummel collectible porcelain "Apple Tree Girl" figure,
Made by the Goebels factory, West Germany, date mark 1979-1990
4 inches tall
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