German Oom Pah Band Figurines

kurzondaxSeptember 12, 2010

My mother-in-law had this band of figurines in her collection. I cannot find any marks on the underside of these figures, save a number written in black ink. Numbers different on each one, some missing. Do these sound familiar to anyone? It is very likely that she purchased them in Europe during WWII. There are 12 figures in the collection, two of are people dancing. Average height is about 6".

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