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These are three figurines. One is of St. Nicholas Pope, another of Father Nicholas carrying a child, and the last of Father Nicholas carrying gifts. The details of these figurines is want prompted me to think they are vintage. His lips are painted red and so are the childs. The details of the clothing are interesting. The boy in pijamas has a hat on. Children would wear hats to bed a hundred plus years ago. The pope figure has a cross chain and is holding a book. All hats on St. Nicholas are different, and all robes are different. The three sculptures are thin (no thicker than 1 1/2"). There are no signatures or letters or numbers of any kind on the figurines. Making it difficult to know where they came from. I looked everywhere on the internet to find comparable pieces and found nothing alike. I wonder if they're not from Europe or who knows. Two of the figures have massive beards and hair in the back, while the Santa figure is more modest in that sense. If anyone knows anything about them, please let me know. Thank you.