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MJ Hummel #328 Goebel West Germany Carnival Clown Figurine

MJ Hummel #328 Goebel West Germany Carnival Clown Figurine

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Porcelian, Bisque, Bisque Porcelain, Paint
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Welcome to view our listing of this MJ Hummel #328 Goebel West Germany Carnival Clown Figurine!

This M J Hummel Gobel Figurine #328 is a TMK-4 was made in West Germany in 1957. This figurine is decorated as a carnival clown with a light beige clown jumpsuit with a white star collar, red & yellow sponge buttons outlined and dotted in black, and is wearing blue clown shoes outlined in black.

This figurine measures 5-7/8" in height and is a pre-owned vintage item. The number 328 and the dated year 1957 is embossed on the bottom of the figurine base. There is also a black magic marker mark on the bottom base underside.

There are no chips, breaks, or cracks and only 1 small crazing mark on bottom side of the figurine base.

M.J. Hummel figurines are no longer being produced and they are very collectible figurines!

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