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What are Hummel figurines worth?

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Hummel figurines are worth anywhere from $30 to $1,630.33 as of 2014, according to Antique HQ. Their individual worth depends on their condition and when they were originally made. Some figurines are more valuable than others due to rarity.

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Some of the most valuable Hummel figurines include "Adventure Bound," which is the most valuable, "School Boys" and "School Girls." The least valuable Hummel collectibles are "All Bundled Up," "Be Mine" and "The Botanist." Hummel figurines are based on the drawings of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel, O.S.F., and the first one was produced in 1935. Hummel popularity soared in the 1970s, but as of 2014, most figurines sell for less than $50.

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