These are wooden blocks with Hummel art on them with a coating over the art. There are no holes or hooks to hang with, so assume they are supposed to lay down on a desk or table.
One block has a drawing known as "Farewell" which was turned into porcelain figurine HUM 65. It has the Hummel signature at the bottom right corner. This was also known as "Goodbye" and "Till We Meet Again" The postcard for this drawing is #4770.
It shows a girl with basket on her arm and a little lamb sleeping by her side. The girl is holding a red kerchief in the air waving goodbye. There appears to be a little "fraying" of the picture in spots at the bottom. Otherwise the wood and picture are in good condition.
The second block has "Playmates" which was turned into porcelain figurine HUM 58 made in the 1940's. This art was also known as "Just Friends" and "Rabbit Father. The postcard is #4950. It has the Hummel signature on the bottom right.
There are some areas on this block where indentions have been made. They are not scratches, simply indentions.
Actual picture on these plaques / blocks are approximately 3" high by 2 1/4" wide. The plaques / blocks themselves measure 3 3/4 x 3 1/8"