Question: How do I identify my Hummel?

How are Hummel figurines marked?

A Hummel figurine can be dated by the marking or trademark on the underside of its base. This mark is also referred to as the backstamp, stamp, or figure. These are referred to as the Crown Marks and are Trademark 1 or TMK-1. The letters WG below the crown stand for William Goebel, the founder of the Goebel company.

What does TMK mean on Hummel?

What does TMK Stand For? When you see TMK on a Hummel listing, it refers to the name of the Mark stamped on the figure. So, for example… TMK-2 refers to the mark with a FULL Bee (dated 1940-1959) While TMK-3 refers to a Stylized Bee (dated 1960-1972)

What does TMK mean on a Hummel?

What does TMK Stand For? When you see TMK on a Hummel listing, it refers to the name of the Mark stamped on the figure. So, for example… TMK-2 refers to the mark with a FULL Bee (dated 1940-1959) While TMK-3 refers to a Stylized Bee (dated 1960-1972)

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