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Collectable Vintage Dalmatian Dogs

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

The left side of a Dalmatian figurine. The figurine has a long legs and big paws.

This is a retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel. This is a very large figurine standing 9 1/2 inches from the ground to the top of the head, 15 inches long from the tip of the ear to the tip of the tail and 6 inches wide across the front from paw to paw. On the bottom is the trademark 6 (TMK-6) Goebel logo stamped in blue of the name Goebel and W. Germany below it. This dates the figurine, which is borderline statue size, between 1979 and 1990. Engraved in the bottom is the number 30021-38. This is a very spunky looking dog which captures the true character of the Dalmatian breed. It is in mint condition.

Other Dog Breed Names
  • Carriage Dog
  • Dal
  • Dalmatiner
  • Firehouse Dog
  • Leopard Carriage Dog
  • Plum Pudding Dog
  • Spotted Coach Dog
The front left side of a detailed Dalmatian figurine that has long limbs and a long body.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—front-side view

The left side of a Dalmatian figurine. The figurine has a smile painted on its face.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—side view

The right side of a Dalmatian figurine. The figurine has a short tail that is arched up.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a Dalmatian figurine. The figurine is glossy and it has black ears. The tail is long and up in the air. The dog has black spots all over its body.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a figurine that is of a Dalmatian. The figurine has a detailed face and large ears.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a Dalmatian figurine. On the bottom of the figurine it has a Goebel W.Germany logo stamped on it and across from that is the engraved number - 30021-38.

Retired giant vintage West Germany Dalmatian dog by Goebel—image showing the Goebel trademark 6 (TMK-6) logo stamped in blue of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. This dates the figurine between 1979 and 1990. You can also see the engraved numbers 30021-38.

There are six hand painted Dalmatian figurines. Four are puppies and two are full grown Dalmatians.

Pictured are some of the miniature Hagen-Renaker Dalmatian dogs. These hand-painted figurines were all first put on the HR line in 1959 and retired in 1986 and were later all re-issued to the line. They were all made in the USA.

The pup on the far left is an older dog from the 1960s. It is item number 455. It is the same mold as “Muttsey Paw Up.” It is 1 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 paw and 3/4 inches wide across the front from paw to paw. It was designed by artist Tom Masterson.

The other three pups are item number 498. The pup that is not on the card is from the 1980s. The pup with the cluster of smaller spots is on a card that is dated 1986 and the pup on the far right is on a card that is dated 1995. This figurine is 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/8 long from the end of the ear to the back of the leg and 3/4 inch wide across the back legs from paw to paw. This mold was also used to make the hound puppies. It was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund.

The two adults in the back are called “Dalmatian Mama.” They are item number 497. Both “Dalmatian Mamas” are on cards which are dated 1995. It measures 1 7/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/4 inch long from the front paw to the back of the tail and 1 1/4 inch wide across the back from hip to hip. This same mold was also used to create the brown and white hound dog and the tricolor hound dog. It was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund.

The side of six Dalmatian figurines that all have black ears.

Miniature Hagen-Renaker Dalmatian dogs

The back of six Dalmatian figurines, two are full grown Dalmatians and four are puppies. The puppies have long tails that are arching up and the full grown figurines have thin tails.

Miniature Hagen-Renaker Dalmatian dogs

A hand painted Dalmatian figurine in a sitting position. The Dalmatian has black circles for eyes.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker “Dalmatian Mama” still on the card dated 1986

A Dalmatian puppy figurine that is in a begging pose. The figurine has cartoony painted on details.

This is the Hagen-Renaker DW (Designers Workshop) Dalmatian pup “Sparky” in a begging pose. It was first issued in 1958 and retired in 1959. This is a vintage hand painted dog done in a matte finish with only two areas of gloss, the eyes and nose. It stands 2 1/4 inches tall, 1 1/2 inch wide from the base of the tail to the front of the paws and 3/4 inch wide from hip to hip. It is in great condition. It was made in the USA.

The left side of a Dalmatian puppy figurine that is in a begging pose. The figurine has black ears and short appendages.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker DW Dalmatian pup “Sparky” in a begging pose—side view

The right side of a figurine that is a Dalmatian puppy in a begging pose. It is hard to differentiate the tail of the figurine from its body.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker DW Dalmatian pup “Sparky” in a begging pose—side view

The back of a Dalmatian puppy figurine that is in a begging pose. The figurines tail is hard to differentiate from its body.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker DW Dalmatian pup “Sparky” in a begging pose—back view

The left side of a Dalmatian puppy in a sitting pose figurine. Its ears are hard to differentiate from its body.

Shown is a vintage bone china Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose. This is a white figurine with a black nose and green spots. Yes, green. Someone obviously grabbed the wrong color when hand painting this dog. ;-) It stands 3 1/4 inch tall, about 2 1/2 inch long and 1 1/2 inch wide. It's in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs.

The right side of a figurine that is a Dalmatian puppy in a sitting pose. The figurine lacks fine details in its paws.

Vintage bone china Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—side view

The front of a Dalmatian puppy in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has a detailed chest and it black nails at the top of its paws.

Vintage bone china Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—front view

The back side of a Dalmatian puppy in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has four dots in a line down its back.

Vintage bone china Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—back view

The left side of a hand painted Dalmatian puppy figurine. The figurine has cartoony features. It has long ears and short limbs.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy. This figurine has the loop in the collar where a chain used to be. This was popular in the 1950s figurines. I am not sure how old this pup is. I bought it used at a flea market. The years I have owned it alone make it vintage. It is in a lying down pose with the mouth open as if it is barking at something. It is about 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the nose, 3 inches long from the back tail area to the tip of the nose and 1 3/4 inches wide from front paw to front paw.

The front left side of a Dalmatian puppy figurine. The figurine has an open mouth and it is wearing a collar.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy

A Dalmatian puppy figurine that looks cartoon-y. The figurine has black tipped paws.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy

The right side of a Dalmatian puppy figurine. The figurine has a short tail and short appendages.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy

The back right side of a Dalmatian puppy figurine. It is hard to differentiate the tail of the figurine from the body.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy

The back left side of a Dalmatian puppy figurine.

Vintage hand painted Dalmatian dog puppy

The right side of a Dalmatian in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has no eye paint.

Ceramic vintage Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—it has Japan stamped on the bottom. Seems someone forgot to paint his poor eyes. It is about 3 1/2 inches tall, 2 1/2 inches long and 2 inches wide.

The back of a Dalmatian figurine that is in a sitting pose. The tail of the figurine is hard to differentiate from its body and it has large black ears.

Ceramic vintage Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—back view

The front right side of a Dalamatian figurine in a sitting pose that has no eyes painted on it. The figurine has black tipped paws.

Ceramic vintage Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—side view

The underside of a Dalmatian figurine that has a hole in the bottom and above the hole is the name - JAPAN.

Ceramic vintage Dalmatian dog in a sitting pose—bottom view showing the Japan stamp