APR 57

Goebel Hummel Collectible Signed Ashtray "Little Boy with Bird", c. 1960s- $1.5K VALUE*

$ 695.00

APR 57

Goebel Hummel Collectible Signed Ashtray "Little Boy with Bird", c. 1960s- $1.5K VALUE*

$ 695.00
"Little boy with bird"
ASHTRAY
by Goebel Hummel, 
circa 1960s 


Item Description

  This adorably decorated ashtray is a rare Hummel object. A boy lays on the rim of the ashtray, while whistling away with a song bird. It is hand crafted and painted with great color and detail. The “M.I. Hummel” signature is on the edge of the ashtray. This collectible in excellent condition, it's clean with no chips or cracks. It makes a wonderful addition to any collection. The ashtray measures 6” inches in perimeter round and the highest point of the object is 3” inches tall. It was made between 1960 and 1972. The art piece comes with a certification of authenticity and a $1,500.00 insurance value.

 

Hummel figurines (also known as M.I. Hummel figurines or simply Hummels) are a series of porcelain figurines based on the drawings of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel, O.S.F. Hummel figurines have been referenced multiple times in popular culture. On the television series Gilmore Girls, a Hummel collection of Kyle's mother is broken during the fight between Dean and Jess (season 3, episode 20). In the web series Ask That Guy With The Glasses, Hummel figures are implied to be satanic. In a 2011 episode of "The Mentalist," human behavioral expert (and the titular "mentalist") Patrick Jane is surprised to learn "supercop" J.J. Laroche, a CBI chief, collects Hummel figurines when Jane visits Laroche's home for the first time. The Simpsons' sixteenth season episode "Home Away From Homer" reveals that Ned Flanders has a sizable collection of "Humble" figurines, a parody of Hummels. The Simpsons' also references Hummel figurines in the episode "Principal Charming" when Marge mentions that her sister Selma enjoys Hummel figurines. Etc.

 

 Appraisal Value: $1,500.00

Our Price: $695.00

                                                                                          

Specifications of Piece

Artist/Maker: Goebel Hummel
Title: Little Boy with Bird 
Dimensions/Size: Sculpture/Ashtray
Material: Clay/Porcelain
Circa-Period : Circa 1960s
Condition : Like-new
Measurements:

Appr. 6" inches round

3" inch height

Distinguishing marks: Signed "M. I. Hummel"
Appraised Value: $1,500.00

APR57

The above item comes with a free certified insurance appraisal valued at $1,500.00
Call us at (917) 439 - 9610
regarding any questions you may have regarding the
items you're interested in.

                                    
Shipping Details
. Shipping all around the world.

. International Shipping

. Items will be shipped by UPS/Fedex/USPS on the same or next business day of receiving full payment.

. Tracking number will be provided based on the shipping.

. Since we are wholesalers, all items are subject unsold.
Payment Information
. Bank Wire is accepted for certain Items.

. Item will be shipped immediately on the same or next business day of receiving full payment.
                                
Why Buy From Us?
1. We have the largest selection of watches in the world.

2. Over 25,000 pieces in our collection! In business over 30 years!

3. Located on the prestigious 57th St in New York City directly across from the world famous Carnegie Hall and The Russian Tea Room and a block from The Plaza Hotel Trump Tower.

4. We accept payment by multiple methods including cash, bank wire, check (subject to clearing), credit card, etc.

5. We also offer layaways and accept trade ins and exchanges.

6. Everything we sell comes with a lifetime guarantee certificate [unless marked final sale], a full free 2-year warranty and a free certified insurance appraisal for our estimated replacement value for insurance purposes.

APR57


About Us
         Over 100 years of combined experience. We are an appraiser for the Wall Street Journal and many major insurance companies. We have been recommended by Time Out New York as well as a number of radio and TV stations here in New York City. We have over 25,000 watches including both new display and collector's models as well as vintage pieces. We handle all fine artwork, stamps, coins, jewelry, etc. We buy, sell and appraise essentially anything of value. 
Return Policy
. Any Item which is not as described can be returned to get a full credit.

. Returns are accepted only if it arrives with in 7-days of Delivery.
Apr57 Gallery

200 west 57th st
 new york, ny 10019
  
 call us at
1-212-246-2000


     e-mail us!
                 
 
  • Description
"Little boy with bird"
ASHTRAY
by Goebel Hummel, 
circa 1960s 


Item Description

  This adorably decorated ashtray is a rare Hummel object. A boy lays on the rim of the ashtray, while whistling away with a song bird. It is hand crafted and painted with great color and detail. The “M.I. Hummel” signature is on the edge of the ashtray. This collectible in excellent condition, it's clean with no chips or cracks. It makes a wonderful addition to any collection. The ashtray measures 6” inches in perimeter round and the highest point of the object is 3” inches tall. It was made between 1960 and 1972. The art piece comes with a certification of authenticity and a $1,500.00 insurance value.

 

Hummel figurines (also known as M.I. Hummel figurines or simply Hummels) are a series of porcelain figurines based on the drawings of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel, O.S.F. Hummel figurines have been referenced multiple times in popular culture. On the television series Gilmore Girls, a Hummel collection of Kyle's mother is broken during the fight between Dean and Jess (season 3, episode 20). In the web series Ask That Guy With The Glasses, Hummel figures are implied to be satanic. In a 2011 episode of "The Mentalist," human behavioral expert (and the titular "mentalist") Patrick Jane is surprised to learn "supercop" J.J. Laroche, a CBI chief, collects Hummel figurines when Jane visits Laroche's home for the first time. The Simpsons' sixteenth season episode "Home Away From Homer" reveals that Ned Flanders has a sizable collection of "Humble" figurines, a parody of Hummels. The Simpsons' also references Hummel figurines in the episode "Principal Charming" when Marge mentions that her sister Selma enjoys Hummel figurines. Etc.

 

 Appraisal Value: $1,500.00

Our Price: $695.00

                                                                                          

Specifications of Piece

Artist/Maker: Goebel Hummel
Title: Little Boy with Bird 
Dimensions/Size: Sculpture/Ashtray
Material: Clay/Porcelain
Circa-Period : Circa 1960s
Condition : Like-new
Measurements:

Appr. 6" inches round

3" inch height

Distinguishing marks: Signed "M. I. Hummel"
Appraised Value: $1,500.00

APR57

The above item comes with a free certified insurance appraisal valued at $1,500.00
Call us at (917) 439 - 9610
regarding any questions you may have regarding the
items you're interested in.

                                    
Shipping Details
. Shipping all around the world.

. International Shipping

. Items will be shipped by UPS/Fedex/USPS on the same or next business day of receiving full payment.

. Tracking number will be provided based on the shipping.

. Since we are wholesalers, all items are subject unsold.
Payment Information
. Bank Wire is accepted for certain Items.

. Item will be shipped immediately on the same or next business day of receiving full payment.
                                
Why Buy From Us?
1. We have the largest selection of watches in the world.

2. Over 25,000 pieces in our collection! In business over 30 years!

3. Located on the prestigious 57th St in New York City directly across from the world famous Carnegie Hall and The Russian Tea Room and a block from The Plaza Hotel Trump Tower.

4. We accept payment by multiple methods including cash, bank wire, check (subject to clearing), credit card, etc.

5. We also offer layaways and accept trade ins and exchanges.

6. Everything we sell comes with a lifetime guarantee certificate [unless marked final sale], a full free 2-year warranty and a free certified insurance appraisal for our estimated replacement value for insurance purposes.

APR57


About Us
         Over 100 years of combined experience. We are an appraiser for the Wall Street Journal and many major insurance companies. We have been recommended by Time Out New York as well as a number of radio and TV stations here in New York City. We have over 25,000 watches including both new display and collector's models as well as vintage pieces. We handle all fine artwork, stamps, coins, jewelry, etc. We buy, sell and appraise essentially anything of value. 
Return Policy
. Any Item which is not as described can be returned to get a full credit.

. Returns are accepted only if it arrives with in 7-days of Delivery.
Apr57 Gallery

200 west 57th st
 new york, ny 10019
  
 call us at
1-212-246-2000


     e-mail us!