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Collectable Vintage American Cocker Spaniel Dogs

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

The left side of a shiny brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. It has defined hair.

Pictured is a vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel. It is of a brown glossy dog in a standing pose. The eyes and nose are black and the brown ears are long and wavy. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel 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. That particular mark was placed on figurines between 1972 and 1978. There is a number engraving on the inside of the back right leg that reads 30630. It measures 7 1/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 8 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back leg and 3 1/2 inches wide across the back legs.

The right side of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. It has a short tail.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—side view

The front left side of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. It has black circles for eyes and a black nose.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—front-side view

The front right side of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. It has a defined snout.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—front-side view

The back right side of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel dog porcelain figurine. It has a short tail.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. Its hair is very defined. It has long ears that hang down to the sides.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a brown with black Cocker Spaniel porcelain figurine. The Goebel W. Germany is displayed and above that is a number.

Vintage 1970s Cocker Spaniel dog by Goebel—image showing the Goebel 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. There is a number engraving on the inside of the back right leg that reads 30630.

A brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine is standing across a beige backdrop and it is looking forward.

Pictured is a 1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel. This playful pup is in motion with her ears flying off to the sides as she comes out of her play bow pose. She's about to pounce on you any moment. It has a big black nose and curious eyes. This figurine is hand painted brown with shades of black throughout the coat. On the bottom is the trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo dating the piece between 1972 and 1978. There are two engravings, one on the front right paw that reads 70 and another on the front left leg that reads 30105. It stands about 2 1/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/2 inches from the back of the leg to the front of the snoot and 3 inches wide from ear to ear.

The right side of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has very defined ears.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has detailed hair brushings.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has very detailed hair.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel— back-side view

The left side view of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has a short tail.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel—side view

The front left side of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine is designed to look like it is bowing.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel—front-side view

Close up - The underside of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The logo for Goerbel W. Germany and a series of numbers are displayed.

1970s vintage Cocker Spaniel puppy by Goebel—image showing the trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo dating the piece between 1972 and 1978; There are also two engravings, one on the front right paw that reads 70 and another on the front left leg that reads 30105.

The front left side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine is looking up and its mouth is open.

This is a vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel. This piece dates back to the 1970s judging by the trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo stamped on the bottom. It is of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. There is also an engraved number that reads 3064006. I have seen other Goebel Cockers like this one with that first number as a 1, making the number 1064006. Those dogs were not as old as this dog; they were trademark 6’s so it is possible that the first number is different. The numbers are a little hard to make out, however I just cannot see that first number as a 1 on this particular engraving even if I use my imagination. This puppy is in a play bow pose with its mouth open as if it is barking in play. It is in excellent vintage condition with a good bit of crazing. It is 2 3/4 tall from the ground to the tip of the nose, about 4 inches wide from the tip of the chin to the back of the legs and 2 inches wide across the front legs.

The front right side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has lightly detailed eyes.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel — front-side view

The right side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has lightly detailed hair brushings.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel — side view

The back right side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. Its tail is in the air.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel — back-side view

The back left side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has lightly detailed eyes.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel — back-side view

The left side of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has lightly detailed hair brushings.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel — side view

The underside of a white and black Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine the logo of Goebel W. Germany is displayed.

Vintage black and white parti-color American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine by Goebel—image showing the trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo stamped on the bottom. It is of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. There is also an engraved number that reads 3064006. I have seen other Goebel Cockers like this one with that first number as a 1, making the number 1064006. Those dogs were not as old as this dog; they were trademark 6’s so it is possible that the first number is different. The numbers are a little hard to make out, however I just cannot see that first number as a 1 on this particular engraving even if I use my imagination.

Two brown with tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines have very detailed eyes and they are designed to look up.

Pictured are two American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel. They are of brown Cockers in a sitting pose. They remind me of Lady and the Tramp, but I don't think they are the Lady character because they are missing the collar and the white markings on the head and chest. On the bottom of the figurines is the Goebel trademark 4 (TMK-4) Goebel logo of the small bee inside the V. Under that it reads W. Germany. The logo dates the figurines between 1962 and 1971. There is also an engraved number that reads 767 and another engraving that I believe reads D/S, which makes me wonder if they are not some other type of Disney character. They measure 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/2 inches long from the tip of the tail to the front snoot and 1 1/2 inch wide across the front from ear to ear.

The right side of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines has a detailed ears.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—side view

The left side of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines have short tails.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—side view

The back side of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The edge of its hair is very detailed.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—back view

The front left side of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines look like they have smiles on them.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—front-side view

The front right side of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines have there mouths slightly open.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—front-side view

The underside of two brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines.

Two TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—bottom view

Close up - The underside of a brown and tan Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. Displayed on the underside is a Goerbel W. Germnay logo.

TMK-4 American Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines by Goebel—image showing a close up of the Goebel trademark 4 (TMK-4) Goebel logo of the small bee inside the V. Under that it reads W. Germany. The logo dates the figurines between 1962 and 1971. There is also an engraved number that reads 767 and another engraving that I believe reads D/S.

The left side of three different Cocker Spaniel figurines. Two out of three of the figurines have newspaper in there mouths.

Pictured are three variations of Hagen-Renaker ”Mama Cocker with Newspaper” designed by artist Maureen Love. It is item number 255 and was first added to the HR line in 1956 and retired in 1957; it was not on the line long. The first dog pictured I believe is a test piece painted with Aurasperse paint. It is missing the newspaper and I am not sure that it ever had a newspaper for the test. In the 1950s to early 1960s the company came into hard times trying to compete with the Japanese figurine market. They tried cutting costs by using Aurasperse paint, which does not have to be fired in a kiln. However this strategy did not last long as the paint washed off and scratched easily. The company was forced to close down for a while but was able to open back up in 1966. The test piece is slightly smaller than the golden-brown or black dog. The molds would slowly turn out figurines that were larger in size with less detail until they were changed. The test piece must have been one of the first pieces in that particular mold. It measures 1 5/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 3/8 inches long from the front paw to the back leg and 1 1/4 inch wide across the back legs. The dogs with newspapers measure 1 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/2 inches long from the front paw to the back leg and 1 3/8 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The right side of three different Cocker Spaniel figurines. The figurine furthest to the left has visible wear and tear.

Three variations of the 1950s vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Mama Cocker with Newspaper“—side view

The front left side of three different Cocker Spaniel figurines.

Three variations of the 1950s vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Mama Cocker with Newspaper“—side view

The back right side of three different Cocker Spaniel figurines. The figurines has short tails

Three variations of the 1950s vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Mama Cocker with Newspaper“—back view

The back left side of three different Cocker Spaniel figurines.

Three variations of the 1950s vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Mama Cocker with Newspaper“—back-side view

The left side of six color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. The eyes are lightly detailed.

Pictured is a line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Standing Cocker" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. This style figurine was made when the factory was in Quonset Hut in Monrovia, California. It is item number 98 and was first put on the HR line in 1950 and retired in 1954. It is of a hand-painted adult Cocker Spaniel dog in a standing pose that came in black and white, and various shades of tan from brown to yellow with black markings. It measures about 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 inches long from the back legs to the tip of the snoot and 3/4 inch wide across the front chest. Made in the USA

The right side of six color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. The figurines are glossy.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Standing Cocker" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The front right side of six color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. They have basic eyes.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Standing Cocker" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The front left side of six color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Standing Cocker" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

Seven color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. The eyes on the figurines are detailed black circles.

Pictured is a line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Sitting Cocker Pup" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. This style figurine was made when the factory was in Quonset Hut in Monrovia, California. It is item number 97 and was first put on the HR line in 1950 and retired in 1954. It is of a hand-painted Cocker Spaniel puppy in a sitting pose that came in black and white, and various shades of tan from brown to yellow with black markings. It measures 7/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 3/4 inch wide from the front of the paws to the back and 1 inch wide across the front paws. Made in the USA

The left side of seven color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. They are very glossy.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Sitting Cocker Pup" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The right side of seven color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. It looks like they are looking up and to the right.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Sitting Cocker Pup" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The back side of seven color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage 1950s Monrovia Hagen-Renaker figurine "Sitting Cocker Pup" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back view

Four color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. The left two figurines have drawn on eyes. The right two figurines have very detailed eyes.

Pictured is a line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage Hagen-Renaker figurine ”Seated Cocker Spaniel” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is item number 205 and was made intermittently from 1953 to 1972. The first two dogs pictured (left) are 1950s hand-painted Monrovia pieces, which means they were made when the factory was in Quonset Hut in Monrovia, California. The second two brown and tan dogs (right) were later pieces made in the late 1960s to early 1970s. This figurine measures 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the front paw to the back of the tail, and 1 1/4 inch wide across the front paws. Made in the USA

Four color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage Hagen-Renaker figurine ”Seated Cocker Spaniel” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front view

The left side of four color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. They were made to look up and to the left.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage Hagen-Renaker figurine ”Seated Cocker Spaniel” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The right side of four color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine. All of the figurines are glossy.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage Hagen-Renaker figurine ”Seated Cocker Spaniel” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The back of four color variations of a Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Line-up of some of the color variations of the vintage Hagen-Renaker figurine ”Seated Cocker Spaniel” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back view

A tan with brown Cocker Spaniel figurine is sitting on its hind legs, it has its paws and ears out.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Ears Out.” It was the same mold as the Disney character Scooter but it is the non-Disney version the company sold as a Cocker Spaniel. It is item number 93 and was first added to the HR line in 1971. It is a rare hard-to-find figurine. It measures 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1/2 wide from the tail to the front feet and 1/2 inch wide across the front from hip to hip. Made in the USA

The right side of a tan with brown Cocker Spaniel figurine is sitting on its hind legs, it has its paws and ears out. It has very detailed hair brushings.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Ears Out”—side view

The left side of a tan with brown Cocker Spaniel figurine is sitting on its hind legs, it has its paws and ears out. The figurines mouth is open.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Ears Out”—side view

The back of a tan with brown Cocker Spaniel figurine is sitting on its hind legs, it has its paws and ears out. It has a small tail.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Ears Out”—back view

The right side of three different variations of a Cocker Spaniel

This is a line-up of the different variations of the Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028. This American Cocker Spaniel dog is a ceramic figurine which was produced off and on since 1962. The first dog pictured (left) is an older dog with a brown body, a tan underbelly and a black face, the second dog (middle) is the older tan and brown version and the dog to the far right is the newer color variation with a red tone to the tan. It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It measures 1 3/8 inch tall, 2 inches long and 1 inch wide. It was made in the USA.

The right side of a tan with black and brown Cocker Spaniel ceramic figurine. It has black circles for eyes.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028. This American Cocker Spaniel dog is a ceramic figurine which was produced off and on since 1962. The newer Papa Cockers have a red tone to them. It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. It measures 1 3/8 inch tall, 2 inches long and 1 inch wide. It was made in the USA.

A tan with black and brown Cocker Spaniel ceramic figurine is looking to the left.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—front view

The left side of a tan with black and brown Cocker Spaniel ceramic figurine has light hair details.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—side view

The back of a tan with black and brown Cocker Spaniel ceramic figurine. It has a tail that is painted brown.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—back view

The underside of a tan with black and brown Cocker Spaniel ceramic figurine.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—bottom view

The right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has detailed black circles for eyes.

This is the newer version of the Hagen-Renaker Papa Cocker Spaniel dog. It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund and is item number A-028. It is of an adult Cocker Spaniel dog in a standing pose. It has a red tone to it whereas the older version was more yellow/tan. It is still attached to the original card. It measures 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 inches long from the back leg to the furthest ear and is 1 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The front left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has very detailed ears.

Newer version of the Hagen-Renaker Papa Cocker Spaniel dog — front-side view

The left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has a brown tail.

Newer version of the Hagen-Renaker Papa Cocker Spaniel dog — side view

The back left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It is very glossy.

Newer version of the Hagen-Renaker Papa Cocker Spaniel dog — back-side view

The back right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has light hair brushings.

Newer version of the Hagen-Renaker Papa Cocker Spaniel dog — back-side view

The right side of a brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has very detailed ears.

This is a vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028. This American Cocker Spaniel dog is a ceramic figurine which was produced off and on since 1962. This is one of the older figurines and does have crazing all over. The newer Papa Cockers have a red tone to them; this one is brown with a tan underbelly and a black face. It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. It measures 1 3/8 inch tall, 2 inches long and 1 inch wide across the back legs. It was made in the USA.

The front right side of a brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has light hair brushings.

Vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—front-side view

The front left side of a brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—front-side view

The left side of a brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. It has a short tail.

Vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—side view

The back left side of a brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—back-side view

The back right side of a brown and tan ceramis Cocker Spaniel figurine. Its paws have detailed brushings.

Vintage miniature Hagen-Renaker mini Papa Cocker Spaniel item number A-028—back-side view

The front right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine that is sitting on its hind legs and its front paws are together. Its head is tilted to the left and its ears are swinging to the right.

This is a Hagen-Renaker miniature "Cocker Spaniel Pup" on its hind legs with its paws out. The artist is Don Winton. It is item number 93. This design was first issued in 1986. This pup was made from the same mold the company used to make the Disney character Ruffles in the 1950s. In the 1960s when the license expired between the Hagen-Renaker company and Disney, HR was free to produce some of the same models. They painted them with less detail than the Disney dogs were painted with. It stands 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1/2 inch long from the tip of the tail to the front feet and is 1/2 inch wide across the bottom from paw to paw. It was made in the USA.

The left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine that is sitting on its hind legs and its front paws are together. The figurine is very glossy.

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Cocker Spaniel Pup"

The back of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The painting gradient on the figurine

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Cocker Spaniel Pup"

The back right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine lacks fine details.

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Cocker Spaniel Pup"

The right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has black circles for eyes.

Pictured is a second Hagen-Renaker miniature "Cocker Spaniel Pup" on its hind legs with its paws out designed by artist Don Winton. It is item number 93. This one is lighter in color than the pup above.

Two brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines that are play bowing.

Pictured are two color variations of the Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Spaniel Pup Playing” by artist Don Winton. It is item number 91 and was first added to the HR line in 1971. It is of a little tan and brown Cocker Spaniel puppy in a play bow pose. The company also used this same mold to make the Disney character Fluffy from the Lady and the Tramp series in the 1950s. Shown here is the company's non-Disney version of the dog. It measures 5/8 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the tail, 3/4 inch long from the back of the rump to the tip of the nose and 1/2 inch wide across the back from hip to hip. Made in the USA

The right side of two brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines that are play bowing. They are very glossy.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Spaniel Pup Playing” by artist Don Winton—side view

The left side of two brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines that are play bowing. They have sort tails.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Spaniel Pup Playing” by artist Don Winton—side view

The back side of two brown and tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines that are play bowing. The back end of the dogs do not have hair brushings.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Spaniel Pup Playing” by artist Don Winton—back view

The left side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. They are very glossy.

This is the retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” in black and tan versions. It is item number 339 and was first issued to the HR line in 1955. The company first made the tan dogs with white clay and later used tan clay. Made in the USA

The left side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The right most figurine has more details than the left one.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” both black and tan versions—side view

The front left side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. They have short tails.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” both black and tan versions—front-side view

The front right side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurinee. Both figurines are light on details.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” both black and tan versions—front-side view

The right side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. They are very glossy.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” both black and tan versions—side view

The back left side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Juvenile Walking Cocker,” both black and tan versions—back-side view

Three different ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines have very detailed hair brushings.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Mama.” It is item number 90 and was first added to the HR line in the fall of 1966. It was originally designed for the Disney Lady and the Tramp series in the 1950s by artist Don Winton. In the 1960s when the license expired between the Hagen-Renaker company and Disney, HR continued to produce some of the same models, but with less detail and in different color variations. Pictured are three variations of the non-Disney version. The middle dog is attached to the HR card that dates 1986. The black and white one on the right was made in the 1980s or early 1990s. There was also a reddish color variation made in the 1970s (not pictured). This figurine measures 1 3/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the raised paw to the tip of the tail and 1/2 inch wide across the front of the chest. Made in the USA

The left side of three different Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Mama”

The right side of three different Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The ears have light details.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Mama”

The back side of three different Cocker Spaniel puppy figurines. The figurines have varing degrees of detail.

Hagen-Renaker miniature ”Cocker Mama”

The front right side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has light details.

Retired Hagen-Renaker named ”Miniature Cocker Puppy Running.” It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It was first made in 1962 and was retired in 1964. It was later re-issued to the line as ”Little Buddy” and again retired. The pup pictured is a re-issue. This pup is still attached to the card. On the bottom of the card is a sticker that reads ”Little Buddy, Item# 03390, Hagen-Renaker” along with a bar code and number. On the front of the card it reads ”Hagen-Renaker, Inc., Made in San Dimas, CA - U.S.A. www.hagenrenaker.com. (To remove - soak in water.)” The pup is 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the back of the leg to the front of the snoot and 3/4 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. This pup came black and white (shown above) and in golden brown. It was made in the USA.

The back right side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—back-side view

The back left side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has a short tail.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—back-side view

The left side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine eyes are black circles.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—side view

The front left side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has light face details.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—front view

The right side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The front paws of the figurine are connected together.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—side view

A white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker puppy running, “Little Buddy”—image showing the front of the card the pup is attached to. It reads ”Hagen-Renaker, Inc., Made in San Dimas, CA - U.S.A. www.hagenrenaker.com. (To remove - soak in water.)”

The left side of a white with black ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine.

This is another vintage retired miniature Hagen-Renaker named ”Cocker Puppy Running.” This one is not attached to a card. The areas of black are darker on this pup then the one above and the spot on the head is smaller. I believe this is one of the older issues. These figurines are hand painted so it is normal for them to vary.

The front right side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine. It has fine eye details.

Pictured is the tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running.” It was designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund and was first put on the HR line in 1962 and retired in 1964. It was later re-issued to the line and once again retired. It is of a golden brown Cocker Spaniel puppy in a running pose. Made in the USA

The right side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine. It has light hair details.

Tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running” designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The left side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine. It is very glossy. The dog looks playful. The docked tail is short.

Tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running” designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

A tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine. Its front paws are connected.

Tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running” designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—front view

The back right side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine. The figurine is painted finely.

Tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running” designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

The front left side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy running figurine.

Tan version of the Hagen-Renaker ”Cocker Puppy Running” designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

Two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurines. Are looking up and there heads are tilted to the left. The figurine on the left has light eye details and the right figurine has fine eye details. The dogs have black noses and black lips. One dog has a blue dog tag and the other has a yellow dog tag.

Pictured on the right is the Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker Spaniel Butch. Butch was a famous cover dog in the 40s. The figurine was made in 1957 only. To the left is a Cocker Spaniel made from the same mold, but the company’s non-Butch version named Buddy. Both are retired and very hard to find (VHTF). The mold is item number 320 and was designed by artist Don Winton. Made in the USA

The right side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurines. The ears of the figurines have fine details.

Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker Spaniel Butch (right) and the non-Butch version named Buddy (left)—side view

The left side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurines.

Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker Spaniel Butch (right) and the non-Butch version named Buddy (left)—side view

The back side of two different ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurines. They both have long black ears that hang down to the sides of their heads.

Hagen-Renaker miniature Cocker Spaniel Butch (right) and the non-Butch version named Buddy (left)—back view

The left side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine that is sticking its tongue out. There is a tag on the back of the figurine.

This is Hagen-Renaker Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson. It is item 1013 and was part of the DW (Designers Workshop) line which later became the Pedigree line. It was first produced in 1953 and retired in 1955. On the back of this figurine is the original gold and black sticker that reads Hagen-Renaker, Pip Emma, 19(C)53. The dog's coat is tan with darker areas of brown, brown eyes with black rims around them and a black nose. The pink tongue is sticking out. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 1 1/2 inches wide from hip to hip. It is one of the smaller DW pieces and is very light weight. When I pick it up it reminds me of one of those very thin glass Christmas balls. It is in excellent vintage condition. It was made in the USA.

A tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine that is sticking its tongue out. The figurine has fine hair details.

Hagen-Renaker 1950s DW Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson — front view

The right side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine that is sticking its tongue out. There is a tag on the back of the figurine and it has fine hair details.

Hagen-Renaker 1950s DW Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson — side view

The back of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine that is sticking its tongue out. There is a tag on its back that reads - Hagen-Renaker PIP EMMA 19©53

Hagen-Renaker 1950s DW Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson — back view

The back left side of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine that is sticking its tongue out. There is a tag on its back that reads - Hagen-Renaker PIP EMMA 19©53. The figurine has hair details.

Hagen-Renaker 1950s DW Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson — back-side view

Close up - The tag on the back of a tan ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine on its back that reads - Hagen-Renaker PIP EMMA 19©53

Hagen-Renaker 1950s DW Cocker Spaniel Pip Emma, designed by Tom Masterson—Image showing the original gold and black sticker that reads Hagen-Renaker, Pip Emma, 19(C)53.

The right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The figurine has fine ear details.

This is the Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog. It is a re-issue of the original dog named His Nibs which was designed by Tom Masterson. His Nibs was first put on the HR line in 1954 and retired in 1985 and was part of the Designers Workshop (DW) line which was later renamed the Pedigree line. This version of the dog was added to the HR line as a special run in the fall of 2005. It is of a brown and tan dog in a standing pose attached to a base. It also comes without the base and in black and white. It is item number 1014. It measures 2 3/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/2 inches from the back of the base to the tip of the nose and 1 3/8 inch wide across the back of the base. Made in the USA

The left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The back end of the figurine has fine hair details.

Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog—side view

The front right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The eyes on the figurine are very expressive. It has a black nose and a shiny glaze.

Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog—front-side view

The front left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The hair on the figurine has fine details.

Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog—front-side view

The back left side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog—back-side view

The back right side of a tan with brown ceramic Cocker Spaniel figurine.

Hagen-Renaker Pedigree Cocker Spaniel dog—back-side view

The right side of a sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine.

This is the Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog. This mischievous dog has knocked over the flower pot and is eating the blue and yellow flower. On the bottom of the figurine are two stickers. One says B05 Cocker Parti and the other says Sandicast, Pesky Pepper, handcast and handpainted, San Diego California USA, U.S. and Foreign, (C) 1990. On the back end there is an engraving that reads BRUE. This pup is 1 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 inches long from the back end to the front of the flower pot and 1 1/2 inches wide from front paw to front paw.

The front left side of a sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine. The figurine has fine hair details. The flower is light blue with a yellow center.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog—front-side view

The left side of a sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel dog that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog—side view

The back left side of a sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine. The figurine does not have a tail.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog—back view

The back right side of a sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine. The figurine has the letters - BRUE - on its back side.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog—back view; you can see an engraving that reads BRUE

A sandicast black and white American Cocker Spaniel that is sniffing a flower out of a knocked over pot figurine. The flower on the figurine is made of a cloth.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog—front view; the flower is covering up the view of the puppy’s face

Topdown view of the sticker that was attached to a figurine.

Sandicast black and white parti American Cocker Spaniel dog. Image showing the two stickers. One reads 'B05 Cocker Parti and the other says 'Sandicast, Pesky Pepper, handcast and handpainted, San Diego California USA, U.S. and Foreign, (C) 1990. Part of the sticker is torn off so I am not sure if there is something else there that I cannot see.

The left side of a brown and white ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. It has great hair details.

This little Cocker Spaniel puppy is looking at something intensely. She looks a little startled. There is a piece of wire coming out of the neck that I think was once linked to a chain of some sort. This is a ceramic vintage piece that does have some crazing. She stands 2 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 4 inches long from the side of the ear to the back of the leg and 2 1/4 inches wide across the back legs.

The back left side of a brown and white ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has a small tail.

Ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy

The back right side of a brown and white ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine has fine hair details.

Ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy

The right side of a brown and white ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The dog has long ears that hang down to the sides and a short cropped tail.

Ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy

A brown and white ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy figurine. The figurine is looking to the right and it has fine details on its ears.

Ceramic Cocker Spaniel puppy