Little Visitor, Veste Coburg Plaque -Hum 722
Little Visitor has her basket in arm ready to explore a castle and savor her souvenirs.
M.I. Hummel has always celebrated the charm and history of the Bavarian people, and you will love the new plaques featuring one of the most beloved and well-known castles in the area. Veste Coburg dates back to at least 1056 and has been a monastery, a castle, a fortress, and more. Now it's toured by hundreds of visitors each year eager to see the exclusive art collection housed there, the room where Martin Luther worked on his Bible translations, and more.
Veste Coburg is the largest castle in Bavaria and has excited the imagination of little boys and girls for centuries. That charm and adventurous spirit have been captured in this new Hummel plaque collection perfect for the would-be prince or princess in your life.
You also won't want to miss out on Adventure Time boy, who is gearing up for a day spent as a knight saving the kingdom. Both plaques feature the classic Hummel attention to detail and hand-painted quality you've come to cherish. They will make the perfect Christmas keepsake.
Hum 722; Dimension: Width: 3.50" X Height: 4.75"