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Collectable Vintage Bulldog Dogs

For your enjoyment only. This is my own personal vintage dog figurine collection. They are not for sale.

The front left of a brown and white Bulldog figurine. The figurine has wrinkles on its face.

Shown is a West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel. This is a very muscular brown and white Bulldog with lots of face wrinkles, big head with some black on the muzzle. He has the engraving CH626 on the back left leg. On the back right leg there is a stamp of the Goebel logo of the bee inside of the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under that it reads W. Germany. The date 1969 is engraved into the back right leg under the logo. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978. He has a glossy finish and is in good condition. There is some crazing on the underbelly. This Bulldog is larger than some of the other Goebel Bulldogs that I have seen. He stands 4 1/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 7 inches long from the front of the face to the tip of the tail and 3 1/2 inches wide.

Other Dog Breed Names

English Bulldog

British Bulldog

The left side of a brown and white Bulldog figurine that has fine details.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

A brown and white Bulldog figurine that has black circles for eyes and black whisker spots.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front view

The front right side of a brown and white Bulldog figurine. The paws of the Bulldog figutine has fine details.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front-side view

The right side of a brown and white Bulldog figurine. The Bulldog has a mediums ized tail that hangs behind it.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

The back of a brown and white Bulldog figurine. The figurine is glossy.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back view

The back left side of a brown and white Bulldog figurine. The figurines ears are indistinguishable from its body.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back view

Close up - The underside of a Bulldog figurine. On the underside of the figurine is the logo for Goebel W.Germany.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—image showing the engraving CH626 into the back left leg. On the right leg is the Goebel logo of the bee inside of the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under that it reads W. Germany. The date 1969 is engraved into the back right leg below the logo. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978.

The front left side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine has great details on its face.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—this bully has one of those 'don't mess with me faces' that you can't help but love. His chest is very wide and he is muscular all over. He is brown and white with a black muzzle and stands 4 inches tall, 6 1/2 inches long from the front of the face to the tip of the tail and is 3 inches wide across the front of the chest. On the inside of the left leg is the engraving CH627. On the inside of the right leg is the Goebel logo stamped in blue of the bee inside the bee above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under the Goebel name it reads W. Germany. Below the logo is the date 1970 engraved into the porcelain. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978. This fellah has a nice glossy finish.

The left side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a small brown tint on its paws.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

A wide-chested, brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes. The dog has a big head and a wrinkly face.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front view showing a good look at the face

The front right side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The side of the figurines face has fine wrinkle details. The dog has a pushed back face and small ears. Its legs are set wide apart.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front-side view

The right side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine has detailed legs. It has a short tail that hangs down low.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

The back right side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a medium sized tail.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back view

The back left side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The figurine is glossy.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back-side view

Close up - The underside of a Bulldog figurine and there is a number engraved on it. That number is - CH627.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—image showing the engraving CH627 on the inside of the left back leg.

Close up - The underside of a Bulldog figurine. On the figurine there is the logo of Goebel W.Germany and a number engraved next to it. The number is - 1970.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—image showing the Goebel logo stamped in blue of the bee inside the bee above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under the Goebel name it reads W. Germany. Below the logo is the date 1970 engraved into the porcelain. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978.

The front left side of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. The Bulldog has a black face.

Pictured is a second West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—it measures 4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 6 1/2 inches long from the front of the face to the tip of the tail and is 3 inches wide across the front of the chest. On the inside of the left leg is the engraving CH 627. On the inside of the right leg is the Goebel logo stamped in blue of the bee inside the bee above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under the Goebel name it reads W. Germany. Next to the logo is the date 1970 engraved into the porcelain. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978.

The underside of a brown and white with black Bulldog figurine. On the legs of the figurine are engraved numbers. On the right leg the numbers are - CH 637 - and on the left leg the numbers are - 1978. There is also the logo of Goebel W.Germany.

Pictured is a second West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—image showing the engraving CH 627 on the inside of the left leg. On the inside of the right leg is the Goebel logo stamped in blue of the bee inside the bee above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under the Goebel name it reads W. Germany. Next to the logo is the date 1970 engraved into the porcelain. The date indicates the year the mold was made. It is the logo that is the determining factor of the time period the actual piece was made. The logo this dog has is what collectors call the trademark 5 (TMK-5). It sets the date it was made between 1972 and 1978.

The front left side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a wrinkly face.

This is a very unique looking 1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel. It is unglazed, hard-fired and translucent when held up to the light looking through the air hole. It appears to be from the same mold as the Bulldog figurine shown above, the difference being that this one was never hand painted or glazed. It is also slightly smaller. From what I hear, as a mold is used over and over again the pieces it produces become larger and less detailed. I am assuming this is the case for these two pieces. Even without the paint you can see the awesome details of this piece. On the front left leg is an engraving that reads CH 627. On the back right leg is an engraving that reads 1970, which is the date the mold was made. There is also a blue stamp of the trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. The logo sets the date of this figurine between 1972 and 1978. It stands 3 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 6 inches long from the front of the face to the tip of the tail and 3 inches wide across the chest.

A white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — front view

The front right side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has fine paw details.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — front view

The front right side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has detailed arm definition.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — front view

The right side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a detailed body.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — side view

The left side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a medium length tail.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — side view

The back left side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a smooth body area.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — back-side view

The back right side of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has yet to be painted.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel — back-side view

The underside of a white bisque porcelain Bulldog figurine. The figurine has numbers engraved on its legs. The numbers - 1970 - is on the left leg and the number/letter combination - CH627.

1970s white bisque porcelain Bulldog by Goebel—image showing the engraving CH 627 on the back left leg and the engraving 1970 on the back right leg, which is the date the mold was made. There is also a blue stamp of the trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. The logo sets the date of this figurine between 1972 and 1978.

The left side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine with a brown spot over the eye. The figurine has great leg details.

This is a 1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel. This is one of the smaller figurines I have seen Goebel make, although it is not the smallest. It stands 2 1/2 inches high from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/4 inches long from the front of the face to the back of the leg and 1 3/4 inches wide across the front of the chest. On the bottom is the trademark 2 (TMK-2) Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The bee’s wings are higher than the top of the V. This sets the date of this figurine between 1950 and 1956. There is also an engraving which I think reads 29. Sometimes I look at it and think that first number is an 8, reading 89. The first number is hard to make out. This figurine is in great vintage condition with minimal crazing. I tend to favor the smaller pieces and this one is just adorable.

The front left side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine with a brown spot over the eye. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

1950s TMK-2 West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel — front-side view

The front right side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine with a brown spot over the eye. The figurine has black on its paws.

1950s TMK-2 West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel — front-side view

The right side of a miniature white English Bulldog with a brown spot over the eye. The figurine has fine paw details.

1950s TMK-2 West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel — side view

The back right side of a miniature white English Bulldog with a brown spot over the eye. The tail of the figurine is indistinguishable from the body.

1950s TMK-2 West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel — back-side view

The back left side of a miniature white English Bulldog with a brown spot over the eye. The body of the figurine has great details.

1950s TMK-2 West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel — back-side view

Close up - The underside of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine. On the underside there is a Goebel W.Germany logo.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a standing pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—image showing the TMK-2 Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The top of the bee’s wings reach above the top of the V. There is also an engraving that I believe reads 29, although it could be an 89.

The front left side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye.

This is a 1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel. On the bottom is the trademark 2 (TMK-2) Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The bee’s wings are higher than the top of the V. This sets the date of this figurine between 1950 and 1956. There is also an engraving which reads CH 571B. It measures 1 inch high from the ground to the top of the ear, 3 inches long from the front of the face to the base of the tail and 1 1/2 inches wide across the front paws.

The right side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye. The paws of the figurine are black at the tips.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye. The figurine is very glossy.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—back-side view

A miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye. The ears of the figurines are hard to tell the difference between its body.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—front-side view

The left side of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye. The arms of the figurine are attached to its body.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—side view

The back of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine that is in a lying down pose with a brown spot over its left eye. The tail of the figurine is hard to differentiate from the body.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a miniature white English Bulldog figurine. On the underside there is a Goebel W.Germany logo and above it is the number/letter combination - CH571B.

1950s West Germany mini white English Bulldog in a lying down pose with a brown spot over the eye by Goebel—image showing the trademark 2 (TMK-2) Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The bee’s wings are higher than the top of the V. This sets the date of this figurine between 1950 and 1956. There is also an engraving which reads CH 571B.

The front right side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a detailed face.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—this is a little guy, but tough looking all the same. He stands 2 inches tall, 4 inches long and 1 3/4 inches wide. On his belly is the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) stamp of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. The layout of the logo indicates that it was made somewhere between 1972 and 1978. He is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. There is some crazing.

The front right side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine is glossy.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front-side view

A brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has detailed eyes.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—front view (get a load of that face; that is a lot of character in such a small figurine)

The front left side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurines paws have subtle details.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — front-side view

The right side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The ears are easy to differentiate from the head of the figurine.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

The front right side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a wrinkly face.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

The left side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The tail of the figurine is short and it is sticking out.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — side view

The back right side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The hind paws of the figurine are tan.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back view

The back left side of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine is easily able to differentiate from its body.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel — back view

Close up - The underside of a brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has the logo of Goebel W.Germany on it.

West Germany vintage Bulldog figurine by Goebel—image showing the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) stamp of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. The layout of the logo indicates that it was made somewhere between 1972 and 1978.

A white with brown Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has pink eyes.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel crown mark Bulldog. It is of a brown and white dog in a sitting pose. The eyes are pink with black centers. It has a black nose and black outlining the mouth. The toenails are black. It is wearing a brown collar. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel crown mark stamped in green on the back left paw. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. There is also a handwritten incised mark of the letter M or W (not sure which) on the back right paw. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949. This is a rather large figurine measuring 5 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 8 1/2 inches long from the mouth to the tip of the tail and 4 inches wide across the front paws.

Close up - The underside of a white with brown Bulldog figurine. On the underside there is a M or W mark on the paw.

Vintage Goebel crown mark Bulldog — image showing the handwritten incised mark of the letter M or W (not sure which) on the back right paw.

Close up - The underside of a white with brown Bulldog figurine. On the underside there is a logo of a Goebel crown trademark.

Vintage Goebel crown mark Bulldog—image showing the Goebel crown mark stamped in green on the back left paw. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949.

The front right side of a gray and white Bulldog figurine in a play bow pose. The Figurine has detailed brown eyes.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel crown mark Bulldog. It is of a gray and white dog in a play bow pose. The eyes are brown with wrinkles between them. The white bottom two teeth are showing at the mouth. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel crown mark stamped in green. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949. It measures 3 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the tail, 5 inches long from the snout to the tip of the tail and 2 1/2 inches wide across the front paws.

Close up - A Goebel W.Germany crown mark on the underside of a gray and white Bulldog figurine.

Vintage Goebel crown mark Bulldog in a play bow pose— Goebel crown mark stamped in green. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949.

Two brown with white miniature Bulldogs that are in a sitting pose. The figurines have black circles for eyes.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style one by artist Don Winton. It is item number A-855 and was first added to the HR line in the spring of 1985 and retired in the spring of 1988. It is of a wide Bulldog that resembles a bullfrog in a sitting pose. It also came in a painted mouth version. The company also used this mold to make the character Bull, from the Disney series Lady and the Tramp, back in 1957. The dogs pictured are not Disney dogs. This figurine measures 1 1/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 inches long from the front of the snoot to the tip of the tail and 1 1/4 inch wide across the front from elbow to elbow. Made in the USA

The front left side of two brown with white miniature Bulldogs that are in a sitting pose.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style one by artist Don Winton—front-side view

The right side of two brown with white miniature Bulldogs that are in a sitting pose. The figurines have black circles for eyes and they are cartoony.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style one by artist Don Winton—side view

The left side of two brown with white miniature Bulldogs that are in a sitting pose. The figurines are glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style one by artist Don Winton—side view

The back side of two brown with white miniature Bulldogs that are in a sitting pose. The figurines have short tails.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style one by artist Don Winton—back view

A white miniature Bulldog figurine. The figurine has copper and black eyes.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature Bulldog style two. It is item number A-2087 and was designed by artist Maureen Love. It has been on the HR line since the fall of 1990. It is of a white Bulldog with copper and black eyes, a gray muzzle, black nose in a standing pose. This figurine is still attached to the card which is dated 1995. It is 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 3/4 inch long from the tip if the tail to the front of the snoot and 1 inch wide across the front of the chest. Made in the USA

A tan with brown Bulldog puppy figurine that is in a play bow pose. The figurine has a detailed face and its mouth is open.

This is the Hagen-Renaker English Bulldog puppy named “Nobby.” The pup is tan, brown and black and is in a play bow pose. It was designed by Maureen Love and was part of the Designers Workshop (DW) line which later became the Pedigree line. It was produced in the 1950s and 1960s. This is the glossy version. It has a chipped ear, but is otherwise in great vintage condition. It is 1 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the tail, 3 inches long from the front of the snoot to the back of the tail and 2 1/2 inches wide across the front from paw to paw. It was made in the USA.

The front left side of a tan and brown Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has great face details.

This is the vintage Hagen-Renaker Designers Workshop (DW) English Bulldog named "Pam." This figurine is of a tan dog with a white belly and a black mask in a sitting pose. It is item number H-1001 and was first put on the HR line in 1954 and retired a short time later in 1955. This dog figurine also came in a white body with a black face and a white body with a brown and black face. In 2005 it was re-issued to the Pedigree line as a white dog with black spots on a ceramic base and later a version without the base. It measures 1 3/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/4 inch long from the tip of the snoot to the back of the rump and 1 3/4 inch wide across the front from paw to paw.

A tan and brown Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has a white chest.

Tan and brown version of the vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker Designers Workshop (DW) English Bulldog named “Pam”—front view

The back left side of a tan and brown Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has black ear tips.

Tan and brown version of the vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker Designers Workshop (DW) English Bulldog named “Pam”—back-side view

The back right side of a tan and brown Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine is very glossy.

Tan and brown version of the vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker Designers Workshop (DW) English Bulldog named “Pam”—back-side view

The front left side of a white with red Bulldog figurine that is in a sitting pose. The mouth of the figurine is painted like it is open.

This is the same mold as “Pam,” shown above, however it is a newer re-issued Hagen-Renaker Pedigree dog test color. It is of a white dog with a symmetrical orange mask and two more orange patches on the back. The Pedigree dog is normally black and white. This Bulldog is in a sitting pose with a little bit of pink tongue showing. It measures 1 3/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/4 inch long from the tip of the snoot to the back of the rump and 1 3/4 inch wide across the front from paw to paw.

The front left side of a porcelain white with brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine is very detailed.

This vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton measures 4 inches tall, 6 3/4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. It is marked number H3679 on the stomach. This bully is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. The face is very detailed. Realistic looking with awesome eyes. It was made in Japan.

The right side of a porcelain white with brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a wrinkly neck.

Vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton number H3679—side view

The left side of a porcelain white with brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has great leg and paw details.

Vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton number H3679—side view

A porcelain white with brown Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a very detailed face.

Vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton number H3679—front view

The back of a porcelain white with brown Bulldog figurine. It is hard to differentiate the tail of the figurine from the body.

Vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton number H3679—back view

Close up - On the underside of a porcelain Bulldog figurine is the engraved letter/number combination - H3679.

Vintage porcelain Bulldog figurine by Lefton item number H3679

A tan with white Bulldog puppy figurine that has a red slipper shoe under it. The face of the figurine is detailed.

1987 Franklin Mint Bulldog with slipper shoe. This piece stands 3 1/2 inches tall, 4 1/2 inches long from the tip of the shoe to the tip of the tail and is 3 inches wide. Great condition with no chips, cracks or repairs of any kind. The Bulldog has a flat finish to it.

The left side of a tan with white Bulldog puppy figurine that has a red slipper shoe under it. The figurine has fine paw details.

1987 Franklin Mint Bulldog with slipper shoe — side view

The front right side of a tan with white Bulldog puppy figurine that has a red slipper shoe under it. The ears of the figurine are hard to differentiate from the head.

1987 Franklin Mint Bulldog with slipper shoe — side view

The back of a tan with white Bulldog puppy figurine that has a red slipper shoe under it. The figurine has a medium sized tail.

1987 Franklin Mint Bulldog with slipper shoe — back view

Close up - On the underside of a Bulldog puppy figurine there is a stamp that reads - BULLDOG © 1987 The Franklin Mint.

1987 Franklin Mint Bulldog with slipper shoe—stamp on the bottom of the figurine

The front right side of a brown and white ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. The figurine has great face details.

This fine looking heavy solid English Bulldog was given as a gift back in the Spike the Bulldog days, which was the late 1990s to early 2000s. I believe it is made out of resin or some type of ceramic mold. Hand painted by Rachel Perryman.

A brown and white ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Bulldog from the late 1990s early 2000s — front view

The left side of a brown and white ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a wrinkly face and back.

Bulldog from the late 1990s early 2000s — side view

The right side of a brown and white ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. The paws of the figurine have fine details.

Bulldog from the late 1990s early 2000s — side view

The back side of a brown and white ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. It is hard to differentiate the tail of the figurine from the body.

Bulldog from the late 1990s early 2000s — back view

A sticker on the underside of a ceramic mold of a Bulldog figurine. The sticker reads - PAINTED BY: RACHEL PERRYMAN.

Bulldog from the late 1990s early 2000s—original sticker; painted by Rachel Perryman

A cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. The figurine has great face details.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—appears to be made out of some sort of cement mold.

The front left side of a cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. The figurine has detailed eyes.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—side view

The left side of a cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. The figurine has fine hair details.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—side view

The front right side of a cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. The figurine has a hole on the side of its face.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—side view. There is a little air pocket in the side cheek that seems to have happened when the mold was made.

The back of a cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. The figurine has its short tail arched up.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—back view

The underside of a cement mold paperweight made that is a brown with white English Bulldog figurine that is laying down. There are two green stickers at the bottom of the figurine.

Heavy solid paperweight type English Bulldog lying down—bottom view

A white with black bone china Bulldog puppy figurine that has a muzzle on it.

Vintage bone china Bulldog puppy wearing a muzzle — front view

The right side of a white with black bone china Bulldog puppy figurine that has a muzzle on it. The figurine has fine paw details.

Vintage bone china Bulldog puppy wearing a muzzle — back-side view

The back of a white with black bone china Bulldog puppy figurine that has a muzzle on it. The figurine has a small tail.

Vintage bone china Bulldog puppy wearing a muzzle — back-side view

A white with black bone china Bulldog figurine. The figurine has detailed black circles for eyes.

Vintage bone china Bulldog figurine made in Japan—this little pup is 2 1/2 inches tall, 2 inches long and 2 inches wide from ear to ear. There is a Japan stamp on the bottom of the figurine. While it is wearing off a bit it is still readable.

The right side of a white with black bone china Bulldog figurine. The black paint on the figurine is chipping away.

Vintage bone china Bulldog figurine made in Japan — side view

The left side of a white with black bone china Bulldog figurine.

Vintage bone china Bulldog figurine made in Japan — side view

The back of a white with black bone china Bulldog figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Vintage bone china Bulldog figurine made in Japan — back view

A hole on the underside of a bone china Bulldog figurine that has the word - JAPAN - overtop of it.

Vintage bone china Bulldog figurine made in Japan — bottom view showing the Japan stamp on the bottom

The left side of a brown and white ceramic Bulldog figurine. The figurine has pink lines around its nose and mouth.

Vintage Bulldog hand painted ceramic figurine—this brown and white bully is 2 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide.

The back left side of a brown and white ceramic Bulldog figurine. The figurines tail is arched up.

Vintage Bulldog hand painted ceramic figurine

A brown and white ceramic Bulldog figurine. The figurine has fien paw details.

Vintage Bulldog hand painted ceramic figurine

The right side of a brown and white ceramic Bulldog figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Vintage Bulldog hand painted ceramic figurine