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I recently inherited my mother and fathers Hummel collection. I have identified most of them, however I have six I cannot identify, and I have not been able to locate any information on them.
We lived in Germany from 1975-1979, and all six of them have the Goebel West Germany logo (dated to 1960-1972) but two of them are not stamped with a number; the other ones have numbers, but are not listed on the three identity lists I have managed to find.
Can someone help me with this?

Figure 1: chimney sweep 5 1/2″ tall number on bottom: KF40
Figure 2: boy in robe with horn and lantern 3 1/2″ tall number on bottom: 13907-09
Figure 3: bear figurine 3″ tall number on bottom: 3615403
Figure 4: small dog lying down number on bottom: 30502-02

Figure 5: St. Bernard with barrel collar no number
Figure 6: Panda bear, no base, (found out it may be one of a series?) no number

I have attached a picture of each. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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https://www.google.com/search?q=Goebel,++west+germany+st.+bernard+dog&client=firefox-b&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=0nZlK6VeCG0bbM%253A%252CtLyYA9J0aqaVbM%252C_&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kS9KASd4Ehgs4Lwz332uLjRnEN4RA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi26O_ToabjAhVZa80KHabRDXAQ9QEwBHoECAYQDA#imgrc=0nZlK6VeCG0bbM:

Goebel`s are not Hummel`s but Hummel`s are Goebel`s !! These are easy to find if you put the correct information in the search !! Your St. Bernard is above !! They made many and different sizes !!
Look for them on ebay and check the sold prices,, not asking prices !!

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We few that answer these threads are not affiliated with Kovels and do this in our spare time, for free. As such we rely on thread titles. People reading your thread title may react peculiar as your items have nothing to do with Hummel other than having been produced by Goebel. Hummel figures always show the Hummel signature.

Subsequently, calling everything “Hummel Goebel” is not only keyword spam but also shows the mindset and “expertise” of the seller, negatively affecting sales.

You asked for help on one product line produced by Goebel, then show pieces of another line. That is like going to McDonalds and demanding a Whopper or advertising an Italian sports car and presenting a measly mustard-colored Fiat 127. Short: if you go and order bread you would also not like to be served fish.

– “KF 40” is the series code for “Komische Figuren”, thus Funny Figures, #40.
– “13907-09” is the “Nachtwächter” a.k.a. Nightwatch / Watch Man.
– “36004-07” is the “Kleiner Pandabär” a.k.a. Small Panda Bear
[i]— Sometimes sold in pairs (mom & pup or two pups).[/i]
– “30502-02”, later “502” only, “Boxerwelpe” a.k.a. Boxer Pup
[i]— Sometimes sold as mom with three different pups.[/i]
– “Bernhardiner mit Fass” a.k.a. St. Bernard with barrel

I’ll leave the bear for you to find out.

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