Please do send a photo of your figurine. You can do that using the paper clip icon in the text box. The mark sounds like the mark of Ludwigsburg (Germany) from the 18th century, but I would like to see a photo of your mark to be sure.
The address is***@******.*** and please put 'for rarewares in antiques' in the header of the email so that it will get routed to me. Sending photos this way usually takes a few hours for me to receive. In the meantime, look at this page to see if I am close with thinking you have Ludwigsburg porcelain. http://www.porcelainmarksandmore.com/germany/baden/ludwigsburg-01/index.php
I have had some trouble getting back into the chat box. It seems to be problem linking the US and UK sites. I do hope you get this. Now that I have seen the rubbing, it is unfortunate that I must tell you that your piece is a reproduction made in the 1950 to 1970 time period in Austria or France. This is known as a pseudo-Ludwigsburg mark.
Yes, even though it is a reproduction, the quality is still good from what I can tell from the photos. I would give this piece a value of 75.00 to 100.00 us dollars.