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Post  Ev Fri 4 Oct - 10:44

I have been told this is the German Hummel boy and he always has a green hat.
No idea of the pattern name and it's unusual to find a Shape 1333 mug used with children's graphics. This shape was first made in 1981.

A German Hummel boy and his lambs no namer A_boy_10

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