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My mothers little boy figurine dime store bought in the 50's

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    Posted 6 years ago

    DCreasey811
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    My mother told me she bought this boy figurine at a dime store in terre haute indiana many many years ago and it had a little girl figure with it. It has been broken so many times and glued back together. I wanted to see if I could find the pair again and display in my china cabinet as she had done when we were children. But finding this is not an easy task. It has a made in china stamp on the bottom and a logo as you can see in the picture. The boy is free standing without a base, looks like a Hummel knock off and he is about 8 inches from bottom to tip of hat. Anyone out there that can help me find him and his female companion I would appreciate.

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    1. tigerchips tigerchips, 6 years ago
      The stamp is for Ucagco. The United China And Glass Company was a distributor based in New Orleans and New York.

      It is probably made in Japan somewhere around the 1950's.

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