Designer: Julius Weigelt
Year of origin: 1928
Height: 19,0 cm
Width: 8,0 cm
Length: 11,5 cm
The tradition of the Mission Donating Box starts way back in the 19th century.
The box was mostly around Christmas time placed next to the Nativity scene, to encourage the people to a small donation. Especially children were excited by the figure, that was gratefully nodding the head, when a coin was thrown in.
A personal memento of your own childhood - as well to be used as a money box..
The manufacturing of our nativity scenes, crèches and figures guarantees, that the sets can be complemented in the years to come, for we know, many customers like to expand and complete their nativity set.
Nativity figures properly packed ...
A high-quality packing of our nativity scenes, crèches and figures is very important to us. Especially the contour cutted soft foam inlays guarantee a safe and simple storage of the items through the year until the next christmas time and can also be used as a presentation packaging or gift box.
This hand made item comes to you safely packed and together with an MAROLIN® certificate of authenticity
Ueber den Artikel gibt es nichts Negatives zu berichten. Ich bin vollumfänglich damit zufrieden und glücklich!
Sie sollten vielleicht die CH-Besteller darauf aufmerksam machen, dass Zollgebühren anfallen.... ich musste nochmals CH-Fr. 25.25 an Zollgebühren be-