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Collectable Vintage Japanese Chin Dogs

(Japanese Spaniel) (Chin)

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

A white with black vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine has great hair details.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine. It is of a white dog with a black mask face and black patches on the body and tail. It is in a sitting pose. The eyes are brown with black centers and white around the edges. The nose and mouth line are black. The front paws are white with brown toes. On the bottom of the figurine is the double-crown mark logo. The crown mark is the very first trademark (TMK-1) the Goebel company used on their figurines. It was used between 1935 and 1949. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. The term double-crown mark is used when the symbol appears twice on the same piece. On this figurine it appears in a blue stamp and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads CH 181 and an engraving that reads 22. There is also a handwritten A. in black ink under the glaze. It measures 5 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 4 1/2 inches long from the side of the ear to the base of the tail and 2 3/4 inches wide across the bottom of the base.

The left side of a white with black vintage Goebel Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine

The front of a white with black Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine has yellow nails at the top of its paws.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine

The right side of a white with black Japanese Chin dog figurine. It only has one black spot on its right side.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine

The back of white with black Japanese Chin dog figurine. The tail of the figurine is long and around the left leg of the figurine.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine

Close up - The underside of a Japanese Chin dog figurine. There is a stamp and an engraving of the Goebel Double crown mark logo.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Japanese Chin dog figurine—image showing the double-crown mark logo. The crown mark is the very first trademark (TMK-1) the Goebel company used on their figurines. It was used between 1935 and 1949. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. The term double-crown mark is used when the symbol appears twice on the same piece. On this figurine it appears in a blue stamp and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads CH 181 and an engraving that reads 22. There is also a handwritten A. in black ink under the glaze.

The left side of a white and black bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine. The tail of the figurine is curled on to the figurines back.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—this little dog is translucent when held up to the light. It's in excellent condition, standing 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 inches long from the chest to the back of the legs and 1 inch wide across the back legs.

A white and black bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine has a brown mouth.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—front view

The front right side of a black and white bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine. The ears of the figurine are hard to differentiate from the head.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—side view

THe right side of a white and black bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine has short limbs and a short body.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—side view

The back right side of a black and white bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—back view

The back left side of a white and black bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine. The figurine has great hair details.

Vintage miniature 1960s bone china Japanese Chin dog figurine—back-side view