All of these markings are considered to be of the same importance as TMK-1 crown marks by collectors.
From 1950 to 1955 the trademarks changed to designs incorporating a bee. These stamps are sometimes referred to as the Full Bee Mark by collectors.
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And so, over the years, I’ve discovered a few tips that will help young Mennonite men discover whether their affection is shared by their Mennonite damsel. ALTONA, MB Just six months after Peter and Elvira Doerksen were married in the Altona MCMB church, the couple experienced the miraculous birth of their firstborn son Timothy. “I went to the big mall over there to […] INTERCOURSE, PA Dozens of lecherous Pennsylvania frat boys are upset and considering litigation after a visit to the small Amish town of Intercourse did not go as expected.
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Welcome to The Prudent Collector where we we have prepared a guide showing you how to date and authenticate your Hummel figurines according to their trademark stamps.
A Hummel figurine can be dated by the marking or trademark on the underside of its base.
From 1972 to 1979 the mark was changed to the last and final mark to include the now famous bee. From 1979 to 1990 the V as well as the bee were removed from the design.As a young Mennonite man I always had trouble figuring out whether Annie or Martha or Bertha was actually interested in me. I used to spend hours pestering him with questions. ” And, every time, he would just say, “Oba, Andreas, I have no idea. “We’re really glad that he was a healthy […] WINNIPEG, MB Mr. These figurines were marked in various related ways: "Made In US Zone", "Made In US Zone - Germany", "US Zone - Germany", "US Zone", "Made in US Zone" and "Made in Germany".These stamps indicated that the figurines were produced in the occupied zone of Germany.