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Goebel Little Book Keeper TMK 4 Circa 1972 Figure

Goebel Little Book Keeper TMK 4 Circa 1972 Figure

Regular price £84.00 GBP
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The "Goebel Little Book Keeper" refers to a collectible figurine created by Goebel, a German company known for producing high-quality porcelain and ceramic items, particularly their Hummel figurines. Hummel figurines are based on the illustrations of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel, a Franciscan nun, and artist.

The "Little Book Keeper" figurine is a part of the larger collection of Hummel figurines, which are characterized by their charming and nostalgic depictions of children in various everyday situations. The "Little Book Keeper" figurine likely portrays a young boy engrossed in reading or managing books, thus the name "Book Keeper." The figurine captures a sense of innocence, curiosity, and concentration, which are common themes in Hummel's artwork.