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PLEASE HELP ME WITH MY EMMETT KELLY FIGURINES & THEIR NEEDED INFO

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I was wondering what I could find out about my Emmett Kelly porcelain figurines(attached photos below)

Starting with the one that I need answers to the most. I can't find this one any where and I'm unsure on what the signature reads. I am aware that there's a painting called "keep off the grass" but cant find anything about a figurine so with the bottom reading out to be the original proof 1/0 I was thinking that I may own the one and only figurine that was ever made to coincide with the painting?? But Im always a wishful dreamer however I messed around with the effects to make the signature stand out more in the last photo so that may help you see it better. Its the same signature you see on the bottom of the figurine that is in the previsious photo only cut out and effects added to it. Due to the choice of going with the Gold Ink to do the signature plus then the fact that I had to severely zoom out all my photos to get them to upload below I figured you could use all the help you could get.

With the second figurine and its set of photographs I tried to have the signature snapshoot also show you the engraved lettering that reads "Jaimy" right below the "Estate Authorized Limited Edition Emmett Kelly" medallion. Hope you are able to see all 3 things in the photograph. Also there's a gold sticker on the bottom of this figurine that reads " Emmett Kelly In the Spotlight copyright 1991 Stanton Arts INc Made in China" If that will help assist you in finding out more info on this one because I can't find the right info. I have been able to find other In the Spotlight's but they are with the violin OR the saw but not with both and also on my figurine I need the clown standing in the middle rather than off to the left or the right side. And then here we are with another signature I am not sure what its to read out.

And third but not least is one that I'm unable to find all together I have nothing on it so all you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time and I'll be looking forward to recieving some responses for I'm extremely curious on these pieces

  

Category: 
Ceramics and Porcelains
Condition: 
Mint
Medium: 
ACTUALLY IM NOT SURE IF SOMEONE COULD KINDLY HELP ME OUT WITH THIS TOO LOL NOT SURE WHY IVE BEEN SAYING PORCELAIN THUS FAR MUST OF SEEN IT SOMEWHERE AND GRABBED IT FROM THAT SORRY
Distinguishing marks: 
SEE DETAILED DESCRIPTION ABOVE
Date Period: 
80s & the 90s
For Sale?: 
No
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MarkBlemish's picture
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Here’s one of the Coke ones that sold for $9.99 with shipping over $30 https://www.ebay.com/itm/203542689369?hash=item2f6416f659%3Ag%3ASa8AAOSw... COCA-COLA Emmett Kelly "Be Really Refreshed" 1996 Stanton Arts
And here’s one that sold for $28 with shipping over $15 https://www.ebay.com/itm/184907168801?hash=item2b0d537c21%3Ag%3AdKcAAOSw...
I think these are resin instead of porcelain.
The signature is Stanley D Hoff and this is info on the company https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_fl/M37201
Here’s one of the park bench and dogs that sold on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/324782773456?hash=item4b9e8fd4d0%3Ag%3AKJIAAOSw...
I’ve not found the one with the broom, saw and violin. I’d assume it went into production as well. I think checking eBay and Etsy for Emmett Kelly Stanton Arts would give you the best example of what people are selling them for. I don’t think there’s a big demand but your artist proofs signed by the company’s president could be worth more to collectors. Sold for prices are usually the guide I use.

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Sadly no great value for these. During the 1980's through the early 1990's a large number of companies jumped on the "Collectibles" bandwagon, caused by the price jumps for the demand of older collectible figurines such as Hummels and Royal Doulton. The market became flooded by the mid 1990's and demand collapsed for limited edition collectibles of all types. Currently the Stanton Arts figures tend to sell for under $25.00.

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