Learn to Play Blues Harp Harmonica
Mark Hummel

Known as one of the hardest working artists on the current blues circuit, this veteran Bay Area singer/harmonica player is out most nights with his road-hardened band making new converts. His records showcase an artist who is very comfortable with all sorts of blues, from Jump Blues to Chicago, Texas and the Gulf Coast. Mark Hummel  is a formidable harmonica player with the impeccable taste to surround himself with the best players available. – Tom Heyman

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MARK HUMMEL

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2 Comments for 'Mark Hummel'

  1.  
    3Xmom
    October 10, 2009 | 12:48 am
     

    I am trying to find out how much a hummel necklace is worth?
    I am trying to find the value of a hummel necklace it is marked with Olszewski on the bottom of it. The figure is removable by a screw in the bottom of it. I can not find anything about anything even close to it anywhere. Please don’t tell me ebay.

  2.  
    Bonny B
    October 10, 2009 | 5:50 am
     

    To determine if a figurine,,collectable, plate or bell is a genuine M.I.Hummel piece, there are definitive marks of identification. The first is the signature of Sister M.I.Hummel incised on the base of most every piece. When Sister Hummel made her historic contract with Franz Goebel, it was agreed that her signature, her personal stamp of approval, would appear on every piece. It does so, to this day. The only exception appears on figurines without bases or any adequate surface to display the signature.
    More on site below;
    http://www.mihummel.com/authenticity.asp
    The Goebel Miniatures of Robert Olszewski
    by Dick Hunt.
    A reference and price guide including color photos. Avalable from Dick Hunt, 114 Scenic Drive, Flat Rock, NC
    28731-9522. (800) 621-8112.
    Your Local Library:
    Since there is no information available on the value of non-M.I. Hummel Goebel products, you may want to refer to your local library’s "Antiques" or "Porcelain" section.
    http://www.mihummel.com/
    http://www.gocollect.com/catalog/product.aspx?id=74711&refcode=affiliate-06&bnrid=cjfeed
    Hummel Goebel Robert Olszewski Miniature Necklace # 2900 Mold # WNNCC. below;
    http://www.antiqnet.com/category,misc-collectibles-248.html
    M.I. Hummel collectibles to buy on-line, including new releases, rare, retired collectibles and gifts … Valentine Gift Necklace. Valentine Gift Plaque …Complete Range: M.I. Hummel below;
    http://www.collectibles-crazy.com/collectibles/m-i-hummel/index.shtml
    http://www.thelimitededition.biz/index.asp?PageAction=ADVSEARCH
    Welcome to the first Web Site sponsored by Robert Olszewski, that is dedicated to the complete body of work by the artist. The goal of this site is to publish accurate information on past and new releases. Schedules of personal appearances by Olszewski will be published as soon as information is available.
    http://www.olszewskistudios.com/
    You can contact Ray Olszewski at;
    Olszewski Studios – Webmaster
    info@olszewskistudios.com
    and ask directly.
    http://www.gocollect.com/catalog/gateway/olszewski.asp?refcode=overture243
    Links to more hummel sites selling or purchasing items below;
    http://ca.search.yahoo.com/search?p=M+I+Hummel+&y=Search&ei=UTF-8&fr=ks-ques&x=wrt
    http://www.lxl.se/
    Or you can You can get appraisals or information on line if you can’t go in person.
    Once you get a photo of the necklace.
    Go to and upload a picture for free at http://www.flickr.com/ site or at http://ww.photobucket.com/.
    Then post it at any of the following sites for the Appraisal and information/help.
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/appraisers/……. for sure for free
    http://www.squeagle.com/
    http://www.findartinfo.com/
    http://ca.search.yahoo.com/search?p=olszewski+studios&rs=2&fr2=rs-top&y=Search&ei=UTF-8&fr=ks-ques

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