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Lot number: 8363-23629
JEWISH DOCTOR - OLD FIGURINE ART CARVED WOOD
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RARE OLD JEWISH DOCTOR LARGE FIGURINE CARVED WOOD
Jewish art figurine. German wood carved doctors.
The item has inscription in German: Facharzt fur Hair, Nase und Ohren.
We are selling a collection of wood carved figurines of Jewish doctors - please see the image.
LARGE SIZE: 150 x 62 x 52 mm (5 3/4 x 2 3/8 x 2 inches).
ESTIMATE PRICE: $300 - $400.
Recently art figurine was sold on eBay for $2486 and $2499 - please see the screenshots.
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HISTORY: It all began in the late 19th century when Alois Riffeser traveled to the major European cities to sell the wood carved figurines and toys which were bought from the farmers of the Groden Valley located in the Dolomite region of the Alps. This area in South Tyrol was part of Austria-Hungary at the time until being annexed to Italy in 1919. In 1912 Josef Anton Riffeser founded the ANRI Company, which he named using the first two letters of his first and last name. After World War I, where he was in a prisoner of war camp in Siberia, he formulated his plan for a woodcarving company. He created his own models which he distributed successfully, mainly in the Alpine region. When Anton Adolf Riffeser took over in 1945, he transformed the ANRI company, adopting a more industrial model which allowed for better quality control and distribution to new markets.