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M.I. Hummel Meister Wichtig Boots Figurine 155875

Availability: Out of stock
SKU: HU155875
Delivery date: 1-2 days

$101.25 (45%)
You waited too long, and now we’re sold out. You must be devastated. At least you can hold on to the hope that tomorrow we’ll have another awesome luxury deal on the table. Now wipe your tears and go buy yourself a cookie. You’ll feel better tomorrow.

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A cute little figurine that could kick a lawn Gnomes butt. This deal of the day is $69.99 (69% off the $225 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

Collections are great. Everyone should have one. And people collect all kinds of things. They collect stamps, comic books, vintage toys, model airplanes, dust, 200 dollars when you pass go, and most any other thing you can think of. And there are some collectors who will be very happy to see what we have for our daily deal today: the Boots figurine from M.I. Hummel. If you’re one of those collectors who can’t resist a good M.I. Hummel Figurine, then you’ll want to pounce on this one (not literally, you’ll break it), because until midnight tonight, we’re selling this rare piece at a 69% discount. This cute little 5 1/2" tall sculpture of a small boy carrying a pair of really big boots should help round out your collection nicely. And with this addition, your collection will kick the crap out of Jane’s collection of lawn gnomes. M.I. Hummel figures kick the crap out of those stupid little Travelocity sellouts any day (I’d pay good money to see that. Seriously. Someone should make that a movie). does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item HU155875
Brand Hummel

M.I. Hummel products are the result of a successful partnership between W.Goebel Porzellanfabrik and a talented German artist, Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel. Her images of youthful innocence have been transformed by the Master Artists of Goebel into original M.I. Hummel works of art.

Berta Hummel was born in Bavaria in 1909 with a wonderful gift -- an instinct for observing her world and translating her observations into drawings, especially of children.

Tragically, Sister Hummel died in 1946 at only 37 years of age. But her artistic legacy was carried on by Goebel. Today, Manufaktur Rödental discuss each new M.I. Hummel work of art with an Artistic Board at the Convent of Siessen. Standards of craftsmanship established more than six decades ago have been strictly preserved. And M.I.Hummel figurines continue to charm the world.