Genuine Hummel Figurines, also known as just “Hummels” or “M.I. Hummels” have a pretty fascinating story behind them. During the early 1930s in Germany, a woman known as Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel drew pictures of children and made post cards & other art. The art became well known after some time. A man named Franz Goebel ended up getting the rights to turn Hummel’s drawings in to porcelain figurines. The exquisite detail and beautiful colors brought the figurines to life, which brought on many fans of the work.

Today there are many Hummels floating around the world and lots of them worth high dollar amounts. Here at Clipper Cargo we have a constant supply of rare and collectable genuine Hummel figurines! Right now we have a wide variety of Hummels, including early stamped pieces.

hummelWe only select the finest and best condition Hummel figurines that come our way. When you buy through us you can rest assured that you are getting a genuine Hummel figurine at an extremely fair price. This is why we are the collector’s choice when it comes to finding rare, mint condition Hummel figurines.