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Pair Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurines

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Pair Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurines

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1968 Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurine Black Throated Jay on Oak Tree Branch, each bird measures 9 3/4 inches tall and about 7 1/2 inches long, birds are adormed with Goebel W. Germany stamp beneath base. Franz Detleff Goebel partnered with his son, William, to launch the Goebel Porcelain Company in 1871. Based in Germany, the manufacturer created luxury porcelain items that quickly made their way across the European continent and into the American market. Their most popular item wasn't introduced until 1935 when Goebel joined together with Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel to introduce a series of cherubic, cherry-cheeked kids figurines to the world. In 1950, Goebel was granted permission by Walt Disney to manufacture figurines of Bambi and her woodland friends. This marked the start of consumer interest for having more animal figurines, and the company began to manufacture other animals alongside Disney's forest inhabitants. Among these small animal ceramics were the incredibly life-like bird figurines that were initially introduced in
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Pair Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurines

Estimate $150 - $400
Oct 20
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0004: Pair Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurines

Sold for $125
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Est. $150 - $400Starting Price $1
October 20 Red Carpet Auction
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Lot 0004 Details

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1968 Goebel W. Germany Bird Figurine Black Throated Jay on Oak Tree Branch, each bird measures 9 3/4 inches tall and about 7 1/2 inches long, birds are adormed with Goebel W. Germany stamp beneath base. Franz Detleff Goebel partnered with his son, William, to launch the Goebel Porcelain Company in 1871. Based in Germany, the manufacturer created luxury porcelain items that quickly made their way across the European continent and into the American market. Their most popular item wasn't introduced until 1935 when Goebel joined together with Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel to introduce a series of cherubic, cherry-cheeked kids figurines to the world. In 1950, Goebel was granted permission by Walt Disney to manufacture figurines of Bambi and her woodland friends. This marked the start of consumer interest for having more animal figurines, and the company began to manufacture other animals alongside Disney's forest inhabitants. Among these small animal ceramics were the incredibly life-like bird figurines that were initially introduced in

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