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This figure is titled "Lying Young Dachshund." It was made by the Porzellan Manufaktur Allach and was introduced in 1936 by Theodor Karner.

It is 3-5/8 in. high and 6-3/4 in. long.

Notice the very fine quality workmanship which makes the Allach Porcelain very collectable.

Bob

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This is a close up of the details of the lamb's head. Also a picture of the manufacturing marks on the lamb's belly. It is hard to get a decent picture of the manufacturing marks because of the glare from the porcelain and everything is white.

Bob

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Even though this is NOT an Allach piece, it was made by Theodore Karner who also made the above mentioned pieces. Marked on the bottom Th. Karner 1247.

It is 5-7/8 in. high and 6-1/4 in. wide.

I am not sure of the manufacturing year of this piece. We found this at the Gold Rush Antique Show in Rochester, MN. a few years ago.

Bob

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Eric,

Isn't that the Hitler Youth Drummer? I only collected animal figurines as my wife liked them so then she would let me purchase them.

All Allach are nice pieces as they are very well done and detailed.

Bob

Nice pieces! Here's my favorite piece in my Allach collection.

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