Rare Hummels – The Internationals

     When Germany invaded Poland in 1939, Goebel was directed by wartime industrial policy to manufacture a variety of products including insulators for communications lines, mess hall dinnerware and dinnerware for the domestic markets. Only a few M.I. Hummel figurines were created during the war years.

Here are the Internationals HUM 813, 825 A, 825 B and 833.
Here are the Internationals HUM 813, 825 A, 825 B and 833.

     Known as “The Internationals”, these figurine samples were created in 1940 by Arthur Möller and Reinhold Unger as examples of other European countries and the children’s clothing representative for possible sale in each of those countries. These are the only figurines that are not typically German in their native costumes but rather developed from sketches by Sister Maria Innocentia of children around the world in their own dress. They were never put into production and only a few samples exist making them extremely rare. There are at least 33 different examples that have been discovered beginning with HUM 806 and ending with HUM 968 showing Slovak, Hungarian, Swedish, Bulgarian, Serbian and Czech clothing styles. Due to the events of World War II, production of this series was not initiated. If you find a very colorful Hummel with a mold number within these numbers, it may very well be an “International” and considered extremely rare.

     In 1976, a gentleman in Vienna, Austria acquired several of these Hungarian styled Internationals from a lady in Budapest who in turn had purchased them at a weekly flea market one at a time over a six-month period. These eight boys and girls were then discovered by Robert Miller and purchased them through a classified ad in a collector publication as a gift for his wife, Ruth.  Since then, several duplicates of some and variations of others have been located selling for as much as $10,000 to $15,000 depending on their condition. Some of these do not bear the M.I. Hummel signature but have been nevertheless documented to be the real thing. One of the foremost collectors of Hummel figurines was Donald Deeks who had a vested interest in the Internationals since he was able to find and purchase some beautiful examples of a number of these.

Here are the Internationals HUM 811, 851, 854 and 947.

     Knowing your M.I. Hummel figurine resources can come in handy when you run across one of these now that you know what they look like. Here are some that other people have found and there have been some additional variations of a few. They are far and few between but some have recently become available as indicated below. They are listed in numerical order by their mold numbers for your convenience. Click on the images for a larger view. These were photographed at a serious collector’s showcase.

This page was updated 20 June 2021.

  Known International Figurines 

806    Bulgarian Boy with Horn              Resembles HUM 85 – Serenade

807    Bulgarian Girl with Rooster          Resembles HUM 199 – Feeding Time

808    Bulgarian Boy Playing Bagpipe   Similar to HUM 85 – Serenade

809    Bulgarian Girl Feeding Chickens  Similar to HUM 199 – Feeding Time

810    Bulgarian Girl Dancing                  Similar to HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing

810    Bulgarian Girl Dancing                  Updated version not accepted by Sießen Convent.

811    Bulgarian Boy Dancing                 Similar to HUM 810 – Bulgarian Girl Dancing

811    Bulgarian Boy Dancing                 Updated version not accepted by Sießen Convent.

812.   Serbian Girl (A)                              Dark blue dress, light blue apron and red vest.

812    Serbian Girl (B)

813    Serbian Boy Playing Gusle           Entirely different from any known Hummel design.

824    Swedish Merry Wanderer (A)      The same as MEL 24, HUM 7 – Merry Wanderer

824    Swedish Merry Wanderer (B)      Similar to HUM 7 – Merry Wanderer

825    Swedish Girl with Letter (A)         The same as MEL 25, like HUM 13 – Meditation

825    Swedish Girl (B)                             Similar to HUM 13 – Meditation without the letter

831    Slovakian Boy Playing Horn         The horn appears to be a type of flute.

832    Slovakian Girl with Letter (A)       Similar to HUM 13 – Meditation holding letter up.

832    Slovakian Girl (B)                           Similar to HUM 13 – Meditation

833    Slovakian Boy Playing Bagpipe   Similar to HUM 85 – Serenade playing a bagpipe

834    Slovakian Little Fiddler                 Similar to HUM 2 – Little Fiddler

841    Czech Boy Holding a Lamb         Similar to HUM 68 – Boy Holding Lamb

842    Czech Goose Girl (A)                    Similar to HUM 47 – Goose Girl (one goose)

842    Czech Goose Girl (B)                    Similar to HUM 47 – Goose Girl (one goose)

851    Hungarian Boy with Staff            Similar to HUM 16 – Little Hiker

852    Hungarian Girl (A)                        Girl has on a blue dress

852    Hungarian Girl (B)                        Girl has on a red dress

853    Hungarian Boy with Dog (A)      Similar to HUM 317 – Not for You

853    Hungarian Boy with Dog (B)      Similar to HUM 317 – Not for You

854    Hungarian Girl                              Girl has on a green dress with white apron, red vest

904    Serbian Little Fiddler                   Similar to HUM 2 – Little Fiddler

913    Serbian Meditation                      Similar to HUM 13 – Meditation holding a letter

947/0  Serbian Goose Girl                     Similar to HUM 47 – Goose Girl (2 geese)

968.    Serbian Lost Sheep                     Similar to HUM 68 – Lost Sheep

HUM 806 – Bulgarian Boy with Horn

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     Molded by master sculptor Arthur Möller in 1940, this figurine starts off an impressive list of figurines that began as an idea to show off the beautiful children of different countries in their country’s native clothing and resulted in a very limited and sometimes unique presentation of a set of multicolored pieces of German craftsmanship.

    With his dark complexion, black hair, blue jacket and brown hat, pants and shoes of a Bulgarian boy, this little figurine appears to know how to play the flute his is holding and resembles the current HUM 85 – Serenade . The figurine is five inches tall with a faint Crown TMK-1 stamped trademark and incised number 806 beneath the base. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,600.00.

HUM 807 – Bulgarian Girl with Rooster

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     This five-inch tall figurine is well decorated for the Bulgarian dress of a young lady. Modeled by master sculptor Arthur Möller in 1940, it has the M I Hummel signature, an incised number 807 and a stamped Crown TMK-1 trademark. This figurine is entirely different from other known Hummel designs and could be a redesign of Feeding Time. The under dress is a deep red covered with another of brown with a multicolored apron and a long sleeve white blouse. She is holding a rooster in her left hand and what appears to be flowers in her right. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $2,100.00.

HUM 808 – Bulgarian Boy Playing Bagpipe

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     Here is a very rare M.I. Hummel indeed. The seller indicates this is “with the mold number HUM 808. The design is a Bulgarian boy playing a bagpipe and was designed by the master sculptor Arthur Möller and painted by the decorator with the initials IK (possibly that of Gabriel Louis Knauer). The figurine that I have available is 100% authentic and marked only with the painters initials IK which is found on other Hummel figurines from this pre World War 2 time period. The figurine I’m offering does also have a professional neck restoration that is visually perfect. The underside of the base is stamped in Bulgarian translates to “Bulgaria Forward” indicating that it was allowed to forward or leave the country because the figurine was not manufactured in an Eastern European Russian controlled country.”

     Similar to Serenade, this figurine showed up on eBay and was asking for $3,900 Buy It Now with free shipping from Palatine IL, with shipping to within the United States only. A great opportunity for someone to pick up a truly rare artwork treasure destined to increase in value in years to come!

     An even better deal was made at the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,100.00.

HUM 809 – Bulgarian Girl Feeding Chickens

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     Height – 5⅛”
     Originally molded by either master sculptor Arthur Möeller or Reinhold Unger in 1940, International Hummel 809 – Bulgarian Mädchen mit Huhnern is similar to HUM 199 – Feeding Time and the same as International MEL 9, except the girl has blonde hair instead of black hair as MEL 9. MEL 9 has Bulgarian writing on the bottom, whereas Hum 809 does not. MEL 9 is Double Crown TMK-1 trademark. Hum 809 is incised Crown only. Hum 809 has M I Hummel signature. MEL 9 does not have M I Hummel signature. This figurine measures 5⅛ inches tall. This figurine was located on the liveauctioneers.com website. This same figurine was located at the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 21 November 2020 and sold for $1,900.00 and then again at a second auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for the same price of $1,900.00.

HUM 810 – Bulgarian Girl Dancing (A)

     International
     Missing Bee TMK-6
     This five-inch tall figurine is well decorated for the Bulgarian dress of a young lady. In 1990 Goebel tried to make Internationals again. They made an 810 & 811 and took them to the convent for approval. The convent said “NO” and supposedly returned the samples. Here is the HUM 810 – Bulgarian Girl Dancing, like the HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing sample that was not approved but is a beautiful example of an attempt to bring the very colorful figurines of different countries to the enthusiastic collector. In 2002, Dorothy Douse went to Germany and found one sample of each. Douse sold them to Cordes and Steve sold them to Donald Deeks. This is supposed to be one of only two in the world in TM6. Painted by “K” 9/1990. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,200.00.

HUM 810 – Bulgarian Girl Dancing (B)

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
     This five-inch tall figurine is well decorated for the Bulgarian dress of a young lady. Here is the HUM 810 – Bulgarian Girl Dancing, like the HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing sample that was not approved but is a beautiful example of an attempt to bring the very colorful figurines of different countries to the enthusiastic collector. Entirely different from other known Hummel designs, there are four distinct paint variations to be found with this one. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,250.00.


HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
     Modeled in 1940, this 5¼ inch figurine is a sample that was not produced and as with all the Internationals, are considered rare. This Double Crown TMK-1 with both the incised and green stamped trademarks has the M I Hummel signature on the back of the base, an incised number 811 and is free of cracks, chips or repairs. This one is entirely different from any other known Hummel design. Notice the very next figurine below as a copy made from this one in 1990. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida sold for $1,600.00.


HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing (updated)

     International
     Missing Bee TMK-6
     In 1990, Goebel tried to make the Internationals again. They made an HUM 810 and a HUM 811 and took them to the Sießen Convent for approval. The Sisters said “NO” and supposedly returned the samples. Here is the HUM 811 – Bulgarian Boy Dancing sample that was not approved but is a beautiful example of an attempt to bring the very colorful figurines of different countries to the enthusiastic collector. In 2002, Dorothy Douse went to Germany and found one sample of each. Douse sold them to Cordes and Steve sold them to Donald Deeks. This is supposed to be one of only two in the world in TM6. Painted by “K” 9/1990. Compare how similar this one is to the original and see if you can detect the differences. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,100.00.

HUM 812. – Serbian Girl

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
     This colorful figurine was modeled by master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1940 and has the M I Hummel signature, an incised Crown TMK-1 and stamped Crown TMK-1 trademarks along with a deep incised number 812 with a period at the end. It is 5¾ inches tall with a medium blue dress and deep red blouse top and white sleeves. Her bonnet is dark blue and she has brown shoes and a green water jug. This one is entirely different from any other known Hummel design. The figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,750.00.

HUM 813 – Serbian Boy Playing Gusle

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
     Master sculptor Reinhold Unger modeled this figurine in 1940 and has him playing a string instrument local to the country called a gusle. He is dressed in the country’s native clothing with an ornate white shirt, a dark brown vest, pants and hat and an orange waist band and light brown shoes. This one is entirely different from any other known Hummel design. The base has the doughnut shape with a Double Crown TMK-1 incised and stamped trademarks, incised number 813 and HA as the artist signature. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $2,200.00.

 

HUM 824 (MEL 24) – Swedish Merry Wanderer

     Height – 5″ to 5¼”
     Double Crown TMK-1
     The two figurines MEL 24 and MEL 25 started off with a MEL designation as many of the earlier figurines did in 1940. With the number 24, you would expect there to be the possibility of finding several more of these early figurines. There are actually at least the probability of finding 54 with this highest number being located so far. This Double Crown TMK-1 highly sought out figurine was modeled by master sculptor Arthur Möeller in 1940 as a Swedish representation and has the same appearance as that of HUM 824. Robert Miller places a value in his 2003 Price Guide at between $10,000 and $15,000. There is one that surfaced recently and has been reported by Eagles of War as being sold for $6,175.

    This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,700.00.

HUM 824 – Swedish Merry Wanderer

     Height – 4¾″
     Crown TMK-1
     Modeled by master sculptor Arthur Möeller in 1940, this figurine appears to be a Swedish Merry Wanderer with the M I Hummel signature and an incised 824 under the base but no trademark. Very similar clothing as the MEL 24 above but with a noticeable different stride in his step and facial appearance is quite different as well.  This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $2,000.00.

HUM 825 (MEL 25) – Swedish Girl with Letter

     Height – 5″
     Double Crown TMK-1
     Modeled by Arthur Möeller in 1940 and very similar to the International HUM 832 – Slovakian Girl with Letter in the idea of having a basket on one arm and holding a letter in her hand, this very colorful figurine is instead showing a MEL 25 on the bottom of the base as a possible, early sample to consider. Robert L. Miller has in his 9th Edition of the Price Guide on page 438 that this is also considered to be the HUM 825 (B) figurine. Similar to Meditation, this figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,500.

HUM 825 – Swedish Girl

    Height – 5″
    Double Crown TMK-1
    Modeled by Arthur Möeller in 1940 and very similar to the International MEL 25 – Swedish Girl with Letter in the idea of holding a basket on one arm and having very similar clothing. She is also somewhat similar to the original HUM 13 – Meditation except for the clothing and missing the letter. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,000.00.

HUM 831 – Slovakian Boy Playing Horn

    International
     Similar to HUM 85 – Serenade, the figurine was modeled by master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1940 of a Slovakian boy playing a horn. He is 5¾ inches tall, has a hollow base with no trademark evident and some minor crazing but no chips or cracks. There was some minor repair done to the feather as has been the case with one  other of this model. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida sold for $1,300.00.

HUM 832 – Slovakian Girl with Letter

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     This beautiful little International figurine is shown in Robert L. Miller’s 9th Edition of his Price Guide on page 435 as HUM 832 (A) as there is another, HUM 832 (B) by Reinhold Unger about 1940 with a different print dress but the same design.

    There is also a similarity with this figurine and one of the first released, HUM 13 – Meditation since both are holding a letter in their right hand pointing to it with their left and have a basket hung over their left arm. Exceptions are clear in that this one is holding the letter high, she has long sleeves, a larger scarf and the clothing is quite a bit more ornate, of course. This is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,000.00.

HUM 833 – Slovakian Boy Playing Bagpipe

     International
     Very similar to HUM 831, this 5½ inch figurine was modeled by master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1940 of a Slovakian boy playing a bagpipe. He is 5¾ inches tall, has a hollow base with no trademark evident and does not have the M I Hummel signature on the back of the base. Similar to Serenade but with a different instrument, this figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,900.00.

HUM 834 – Slovakian Little Fiddler

     International
     1 of 3 known
     Created by either master sculptor Arthur Möller or Reinhold Unger in 1940 with the proper name of Slovak Jung emit Geige. Very little is known about any of the International figurines of which this is considered to be one. The factory is not sure who the actual sculptor was for this figurine. According to the factory product-book, the sculptor was Arthur Möller but the sculpting diary reflects that it was Reinhold Unger. Two other figurines have been located with this design, one had the number 834 written in pencil on a paper sticker with no other markings but both were described as being in badly damaged condition (Miller, 2003, p440). The owner says the following of this extreme offering, “this figurine is identical to the example shown (Miller, 2003, p440) and also the example in the Mayor Donald Stephens Hummel Museum in Rosemont, Illinois not far from where I live. Also an auction that took place over 20 years ago had an example of this figurine which sold in excess of $18,000. The figurine I’m offering does also have neck and ankle restoration. The restoration appears to have been done years ago and could use a bit of touch up on the cheeks.” This may be only the third or fourth known example, which makes it extremely rare and highly sought after. This M.I. Hummel International figurine was found on eBay on 16 December 2020 with a Buy It Now price of $7,900 (reduced to $5,900) with free shipping located in Palatine, IL.

     This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 21 November 2020 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $2,200.00.

HUM 841 – Czech Boy Holding a Lamb

     Height – 5¾”
     Crown TMK-1
   Modeled by master sculptor Reinhold Unger in 1940, and very similar to HUM 68 – Boy Holding Lamb, this piece has the M I Hummel signature on the base, the incised mold number 841 is clear and there is a stamped Crown TMK-1 trademark. The little boy has on a shiny black jacket, red bow tie and brown pants tied just below his knees with white socks and black dress shoes topped off with a regional brown and green hat. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida sold for $1,600.00.

HUM 842 – Czech Goose Girl

     International
     Crown TMK-1
    This piece has the M I Hummel signature and a stamped Crown TMK-1 trademark, and an incised 842 is clearly marked on the bottom. The Hummel figurine measures approximately 5¾ inches tall, and there are no cracks but there is some crazing present. Although it is called a Goose Girl, this figurine has only one goose where the HUM 47 – Goose Girl has two. According to the previous owner, Donald Deeks, the left arm was repaired. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,600.00.

HUM 851 – Hungarian Boy with Staff

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     Master sculptor Arthur Möller is credited with the creation of this little Hungarian boy with the stamped Crown trademark and M I Hummel signature. Similar to the Little Hiker, he strikes a formal pose in his red and green cape, yellow pants, black knee high boots, green top hat and walking stick. There is no mold number but according to Robert L. Miller’s 9th Edition Price Guide, this should be HUM 851 – Hungarian Boy. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida. The figurine sold for $1,300.00.

 

HUM 852 (A) – Hungarian Girl

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     This is a figurine of a Hungarian girl in the country’s dress at the time holding her blue skirt with both hands under a white apron, boots and contrasting orange hair bows and is entirely different from any other Hummel of that time period. The figurine has the transitional incised Crown TMK-1 trademark.

HUM 852 (B) – Hungarian Girl

     International
     Transitional
     Crown TMK-1
     Entirely different from other known Hummel designs other than the  852 (A) shown above, this is a figurine of a Hungarian girl in the country’s dress at the time. She is holding her red and blue skirt with both hands under a white apron with matching red hair bows and is entirely different from any other Hummel of that time period. The figurine has the transitional incised Crown TMK-1 and stamped Full Bee TMK-2 trademarks. In 1940 Goebel, decided to make international figurines, some were made, but production never started due to World War II. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $2,300.00.

     Another example, but with a Double Crown trademark instead, showed up on 25 May 2021 on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $2,800 plus $63.00 shipping from Bulgaria. This one however, has a broken and repaired neck but it is a good example of how certain Hummel figurines more than hold their value due to the respect of the quality and scarcity of such a fine example.

HUM 853 – Hungarian Boy with Dog

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
     Very similar to HUM 831 as well as HUM 317 – Not for You, this figurine was modeled by master sculptor Arthur Möller in 1940 of a Hungarian boy and his dog. He is 5 inches tall, has an oval doughnut base with a Double Crown TMK-1 trademark as incised and green stamped and does not have the M I Hummel signature on the back of the base. There are no cracks, chips, crazing or repairs evident. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $3,000.00.

HUM 854 – Hungarian Girl

      International
      Double Crown TMK-1
      Master Sculptor Arthur Möller is credited with creating this figurine in 1940. Similar to the girl on the right of HUM 176 – Happy Birthday, here is an International Hummel, Hungarian girl smelling flowers. The girl has green and white striped dress and very bright red boots. She is smelling a flower in left hand and holding a bouquet of flowers in right hand.  This figurine has the M I Hummel signature. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,600.00.

HUM 904 – Serbian Little Fiddler

     International
     No trademark
     Master sculptor Reinhold Unger created this 5-inch International figurine in 1940 which is similar to HUM 2 – Little Fiddler. It does not have a trademark on the base but is considered to be a Crown TMK-1 and does have the M I Hummel signature. There is an incised number 904 on the inside of the base and this corresponds to the reference provided in Robert L. Miller’s 9th Edition Price Guide on page 439. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,400.00.

HUM 913 – Serbian Meditation

     International
     Crown TMK-1
     Master sculptor Reinhold Unger modeled this figurine in 1940 and created it along the idea of HUM 13 – Meditation but in the clothing of a Serbian girl. She has on a blue dress with red, white and yellow decorations in front. She has brown hair wrapped in a blue scarf and holding a basket with flowers on her left arm while holding a letter in her right hand. There is no incised number on the bottom of the base but it does have an incised Crown TMK-1 trademark and the M I Hummel signature on the back of the base. This International figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,100.00.

HUM 947/0 – Serbian Goose Girl

     International
     Double Crown TMK-1
    One of the more popular M.I. Hummel figurines is the Goose Girl. Here is a very similar one to HUM 47 – Goose Girl with the two geese except the girl is dressed in Serbian clothing with a dark blue dress and red and orange apron and orange scarf. The figurine has an incised Crown TMK-1 as well as a green stamped Crown TMK-1 trademark. The model number is HUM 947/0. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,500.00.

HUM 968. – Serbian Lost Sheep

     International
     No trademark
     Master sculptor Reinhold Unger modeled this figurine in 1940 similar to HUM 68 – Lost Sheep which measures 5½ inches high and carries the last number, 968, for all the International figurines. The clothing is very similar to figurine HUM 904 – Serbian Little Fiddler. There is no trademark apparent on this figurine but it does have the M I Hummel signature on the back of the base. Other than a few tiny chips on the edge of the base, the figurine is in exceptional condition with no cracks, crazing or repairs. This figurine is part of the Donald Deeks Collection held at auction on Saturday, 16 January 2021 in Clearwater, Florida and sold for $1,900.00.

  

 

There will be additional information on the Internationals when located.
Have fun collecting!

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