The next one is a girl with a lamb. She is sitting and holding flowers. She is just under 4”. The insignia on the bottom is a tiny 33, then a larger 182. On the bottom right is a cursive Y. Then there’s a girl sitting on the fence. She is just under 5”. The insignia on the bottom towards the top says 112 with a small T next to it. Then on the bottom part it says 1938.
One owner. Owned by my mother. My older sister purchased while on a trip to Germany in the late 60's early 70's.
Thank you for your request and your patience. The apprised object is a porcelain figurine made by the manufacturer Goebel and after the designs of Maria Innocentia Hummel (1909-1946).
The name of the first figurine depicting a girl with a lamb is "Good Friends" with a height of under 4 inches. It has the model number 182 and the hallmarks indicate that this piece was made between 1959/60-1972 (TMK-3).
An estimation would be between 20 to 40 USD.
The name of the second figurine depicting a girl sitting on a fence is "Just Resting" with a height of under 5 inches. It has the model number 112 and the hallmarks indicate that this piece was made between 1963/64-1972 (TMK-4).
An estimation would be between 15 to 40 USD.
Both pieces are in good condition and there are no serious damages visible.
This estimation is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables. Retail "asking prices" can be higher and vary.
With best regards,