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A Guffawing Moritz

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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Little Moritz, produced circa mid-to-late 1910s through the early 1920s, is enrobed in a ruffed, resplendent ensemble. Seated atop either a tree bole or a ligneous plinth, he is, dissimilar to a piece referenced in the Theriault's virtual catalogue of collectors' books, unmarked. Even pieces with mould numbers have not been, to my knowledge, attributed to a specific factory.

    This beloved German comic strip and storybook character, albeit in the likeness of a Schafer and Vater-style piece is, neither pictorially nor textually, referenced and attributed to their kilns. Hertwig, I do believe, produced the articulated mignonette Max and Moritz dolls.

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    1. inky inky, 2 years ago
      A face only a mother could love..:-))
    2. Oroyoroyisthatyourhorse2 Oroyoroyisthatyourhorse2, 1 year ago
      cant say I ever seen one ..did he hang out with Trolls under the bridges in Germany ..cute little bugger and I like his later
    3. MarmorealMaiden MarmorealMaiden, 1 year ago
      Yes, amongst the Trolls he lived, beneath the Krämerbrücke bridge, about ten miles south of a faerie forest! Haha!

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