Hummel Happy Past Time

Hummel Happy Past Time

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Hummel, Happy past time


Hummel, Happy past time


$32.00


M J Hummel Goebel Hum 271 1978 8th Annual Collector's Plate Happy Past Time


M J Hummel Goebel Hum 271 1978 8th Annual Collector’s Plate Happy Past Time


$9.75


Hummel “Happy Past Time” Candy Dish TMK3 69/111


Hummel “Happy Past Time” Candy Dish TMK3 69/111


$45.00


Hummel Happy Past times


Hummel Happy Past times


$9.00


Hummel ashtray Happy Past Time


Hummel ashtray Happy Past Time


$9.99


 Hummel Wood Framed Glass Covered Print Bird Duet Boy Horn His Happy Past Time


Hummel Wood Framed Glass Covered Print Bird Duet Boy Horn His Happy Past Time


$16.50


Vintage Hummel Happy Past Time Figurine HUM - 69 By Goebel TMK - 6


Vintage Hummel Happy Past Time Figurine HUM – 69 By Goebel TMK – 6


$99.95


Vintage 1978


Vintage 1978 “HAPPY PAST TIME” Hummel Goebel Annual Collectors Plate


$10.99


TOO CUTE! Hummel


TOO CUTE! Hummel “Happy Past Time” #69


$29.95


Hummel 1978 Annual Plate Goebel Happy Past Time West Germany Vintage Collector's


Hummel 1978 Annual Plate Goebel Happy Past Time West Germany Vintage Collector’s


$8.99


Hummel #69 Happy Past Time TMK-2 Full Bee


Hummel #69 Happy Past Time TMK-2 Full Bee


$28.99


A collection of figurine is a beautiful work of art. It is also an investment and want to be sure you have not purchased a counterfeit or falsification. Fortunately, with appropriate forms of knowledge there for the average collector to do so.

Any figure in a certain value will have a corporate brand, brand or printed on the bottom of the base. Some figures such as those made by Royal Copenhagen, had the same brand for many years. Others, such as MI Hummel and Lladro have a variety of brands that are changed every few years.

Now a minor complication, with a Lladro figure is that some early events have been unchecked, but these are very rare, it is unlikely that you will find one. More likely is that if you find an unmarked Lladro is a forgery or counterfeiting.

When you make a purchase in an antique shop is easy to make a visual inspection of the brand, but what if you buy online, like eBay, for example? If the seller has not provide a photo of the mark or the application of ringing to do. A reliable vendor will be happy to meet this request.

Another thing is to be aware of the issue of "seconds". The latter are figurines or collectibles, the manufacturer considered inferior for some reason, often imperceptible to the average collector. The latter are characterized by altering the tone or logo in any way. For example Royal Copenhagen results from your logo with a sharp object. Lladro is famous bell to remove its logo, leaving only its brand name. From a standpoint of this investment is an important thing to consider.

On a side note a concentration of brands change over time is that they provide an excellent means of determining age code statuette. This may also be important in a previous version of a figure can be much more valuable. This always been the case particularly Hummel figures.

Turning our website listed below with complete articles have detailed pictures to help authentication and dating them as Lladro and Hummel figures.

We truly hope these tips prove useful to ensure that you invested in a real statue.

Visit The Prudent Collector for more collectible advice and for full details and photos which show you how to authenticate Lladro figurines by their trademark backstamps and authenticate Hummel figurines by their trademark markings.

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