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Collectable Vintage English Setter Dogs

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

The left side of a black and white English Setter dog in a standing pose figurine. The figurine has its tail extended out and it has hair coming off of it. The tail comes to a point.

Pictured is a vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel. It is of an adult black and white dog in a standing pose. On the bottom is the Goebel trademark 5 logo of the name Goebel with the small bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. The TMK-5 logo was stamped on figurines between 1972 and 1978. Under that it reads W. Germany. There are two engravings. One is the mold date that reads 1973 and the other is an item number that reads 30 628 21. Judging by the mold date and the logo this figurine was made between 1973 and 1978. It measures 8 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 11 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 2 1/4 inch wide across the front of the chest.

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The underside of a English Setter figurine. It has the text logo stamp of Goebel W.Germany on the bottom. Above the logo is the engraving of a series of numbers - 3062821 - and below the logo is the numbers - 1973.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—image showing the trademark 5 logo of the name Goebel with the small bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Under that it reads W. Germany. There are two engravings. One is the mold date that reads 1973 and the other is an item number that reads 30 628 21.

The left side of a white and black English Setter porcelain figurine.

Vintage porcelain English Setter dog figurine by Goebel. This is the white and black version of the Goebel English Setter. It is hand painted and very detailed. The eyes are gold and black. On the bottom is the trademark 4 (TMK-4) three-line mark which was used on figurines between 1962 and 1971. The three-line mark is of a large V with a bee inside of it. To the right are the copyright symbol (C) and the word by. The second line says W. Goebel. The third line says W. Germany. There is also a date engraving that reads 1968, which is the date the mold was first made. This sets the date of this particular figurine between 1968 and 1971. It is also engraved with CH 622. It measures 6 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 9 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back of the tail and is 2 inches wide across the chest.

The underside of a porcelain English Setter figurine. There is the logo of Goebel W.Germany stamped on the underside, engraved across from that is the letter/number combination - CH 622 - and under the logo is the number - 1968.

Vintage porcelain English Setter dog figurine by Goebel—image showing the trademark 4 (TMK-4) three-line mark which was used on figurines between 1962 and 1971. The three-line mark is of a large V with a bee inside of it. To the right are the copyright symbol (C) and the word by. The second line says W. Goebel. The third line says W. Germany. There is also a date engraving that reads 1968, which is the date the mold was first made. It is also engraved with CH 622.

The left side of a brown and white English Setter porcelain figurine. The figurine has hair details along the trim of its body.

Vintage porcelain Goebel English Setter dog figurine from the 1970s—this beautiful glossy dog is white with detailed brown ticking and a bright yellow/tan snoot. The dog is in a standing show pose. On the bottom is the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo of the bee inside the V above 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. Engraved into the bottom of the belly is CH 622. The dog stands just under 6 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 9 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back of the tail and is 2 inches wide across the chest.

The left side of two porcelain brown and white English Setter figurine. The figurines brown faces and black circles for eyes.

Vintage porcelain Goebel English Setter dog figurines from the 1970s—this is the same figurine (back) next to another one from the same time period (between 1972 and 1978). The dogs are the same except for a few little differences. The hand-painted markings vary and the dog in front has colors that are a tad bit darker shades. The bottom marks are a little different. Both are engraved CH 622 however the dog in the front is also engraved with 1968 which is the year the mold was first made. I am not sure which dog is older, but they are both from the 1970s. If I had to take a guess I would say the dog engraved with the 1968 mold date was from the original mold and is older. The dog without that date was made not too long after. But that's just my guess. Both have the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo stamped in blue.

Close up - The underside of a porcelain English Setter figurine. The figurine has the logo stamp of Goebel W.Germany on it and to the left of that is the engraved letter/number combination of CH 622.

Vintage porcelain Goebel English Setter dog figurine from the 1970s—image showing the marks from the dog whose pictures are shown from all sides above. This dog’s colors are slightly lighter. It has CH 622 engraved on the bottom and the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo stamped in blue.

Close up - The under side of a English Setter porcelain figurine. The figurine has the logo stamp of Goebel W.Germany on it and engraved around it is the letter/number combination - CH 622 -  and the year - 1968.

Vintage porcelain Goebel English Setter dog figurine from the 1970s—image showing the marks from the second dog in front. This dog’s colors are slightly darker shades. It has CH 622 engraved on the bottom and the Goebel trademark 5 (TMK-5) logo stamped in blue. It also has the mold date 1968 engraving.

The left side of a brown and white porcelain English Setter figurine. The figurine has brown spots all of its body.

Pictured is a vintage porcelain English Setter dog figurine by Goebel. Like the figurines shown above, it is also mold number CH 622, but is an older dog. There is no ticking on the left side of the snoot and only two spots on the right side. On the bottom is the trademark 4 (TMK-4) three line-mark which was used on figurines between 1962 and 1971. The three-line mark is of a large V with a bee inside of it. To the right are the copyright symbol (C) and the word by. The second line says W. Goebel. The third line says W. Germany. There is also a date engraving that reads 1968, which is the date the mold was first made. This sets the date of this particular figurine between 1968 and 1971. It measures 6 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 9 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back of the tail and is 2 inches wide across the chest.

The underside of a porcelain English Setter figurine. It has an engraved letter/number combination - CH 622 - and the number - 1968 - is engraved also. Above it is the stamp of Goebel W.Germany.

Vintage TMK-4 porcelain English Setter dog figurine by Goebel—image showing the trademark 4 (TMK-4) three-line mark which was used on figurines between 1962 and 1971. The three-line mark is of a large V with a bee inside of it. To the right are the copyright symbol (C) and the word by. The second line says W. Goebel. The third line says W. Germany. There is also a date engraving that reads 1968, which is the date the mold was first made. It is also engraved with CH 622.

The left side of white with brown English Setter in a standing pose figurine. The figurines tail is level with its body.

Pictured is a vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel. It is of a white dog with brown ticking in a standing pose. On the bottom is the trademark 5 Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. There is also a mold number engraving which reads CH 622. It measures 6 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 9 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back of the tail and is 2 inches wide across the chest.

The front left side of a figurine of a white with brown English Setter in a standing pose. The figurine has a long muzzle.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—front-side view

The front right side of a white with brown English Setter figurine that is in a standing pose. The figurine has a detailed face.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—front-side view

The right side of a figurine of a white with brown English Setter in a standing pose. The figurine has brown spots all over its body.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a white with brown English Setter in a standing pose figurine. The figurine has brown ears.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a white with brown Rnglish Setter figurine in a standing pose. The figurine has a long body and around the trim of its body and legs are hair details.

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—back-side view

Vintage 1970s English Setter dog by Goebel—image showing the trademark 5 Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. There is also a mold number engraving which reads CH 622.

The left side of a white and brown bone china English Setter figurine. The figurine has a brown muzzle and a brown tail.

This is a vintage bone china English Setter hunting dog in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. When you hold this piece of to the light you can see the light pass through it. It stands 3 1/8 inch tall, 5 inches long and about 1 inch wide. On the bottom is the imprint Japan.

Close up - The underside of a bone china English Setter figurine and on the underside is a stamp that reads - JAPAN.

Vintage bone china English Setter hunting dog—underbelly showing the Japan stamp

The left side of a white and black ceramic English Setter in a standing pose figurine. The tail of the figurine has its medium sized tail level with its body.

Pictured is a vintage ceramic English Setter dog in a standing pose. This figurine is white with black markings that look like they were sprayed on with some type of spray paint. The eyes, nose and mouth are hand painted. The bottom is unmarked. There is crazing all over which gives off a nice looking texture. It stands 4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 6 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the top of the tail and 2 inches wide.

The left side of two bone china English Setter figurines with green and black markings. Both of the figurines tails are in the air.

These are vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom. White with hand painted green and black markings. They stand 2 1/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and are 1 inch wide. They are translucent when held up to the light.

Two English Setter bone china figurines that are white with green and black. The figurines have large black and green ears.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—front view

Th right side of two bone china white with green and black English Setter figurines. The figurines have a long body, long legs and short paws.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—side view

The back right side of two white with green and black bone china English Setter figurines.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—back view

The underside of two white with green and black bone china English Setter figurines. The figurines have stamps on there undersides.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—bottom view showing the PICO Japan stamp

Close up - The underside of a bone china English Setter figurine. The figurine has a - PICO JAPEN - stamped on its underside.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—bottom view showing the PICO Japan stamp

Close up -  The underside of a English Setter bone china figurine. THe figurine has the words - PICO JAPEN - stamped on its underside and there is a hole inside the stamp.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurines with PICO Japan stamped on the bottom—bottom view showing the PICO Japan stamp

The front right side of a red and white bone china English Setter figurine. The figurine has long legs and small paws.

Vintage bone china English Setter figurine by Lego—this guy stands 2 3/4 inches tall and is 2 inches wide at the base. It still has the original Genuine Bone China sticker on the bottom.

The underside of a bone china English Setter figurine. There is a hole in the figurine and under that is a sticker that reads - Genuine Bone China.

Vintage bone china English Setter figurine by Lego—bottom view showing the original Genuine Bone China sticker on the bottom

The right side of a bone china red and white English Setter figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is another vintage bone china English Setter figurine by Lego that is very similar to the one above. This guy also stands 2 3/4 inches tall and is 2 inches wide at the base. It still has the original Bone China sticker on the bottom that also says 'Taiwan'. The two figurines have the same shape. The stickers and the orange/brown markings are the main differences. Purchased used from a flea market in the 1990s.

The underside of the bone china English Setter figurine. The figurine has a hole in the bottom and it has a sticker on it. The sticker reads - Bone China Taiwan.

Vintage bone china English Setter figurine by Lego—bottom view showing the original red and gold sticker that says Bone China and Taiwan.

The left side of a black and white English Setter bone china figurine. The body of the figurine has hair details all on its side.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog—this dog is in a standing pose with this tail up indicating some type of excitement. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 4 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back of the leg and is 1 1/4 inch wide. It is white with black markings and is translucent when held up to the light. The bottom is unmarked.

The left side of a black and white English Setter bone china figurine. The figurine has tiny black circles for eyes and its tail is in the air.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog—this dog is very similar to the one above; it is slightly fatter, but not any taller. The head, chest, legs and tail are just larger, yet they are the same lengths and heights. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 4 inches long from the top of the snoot to the back of the leg and 1 1/2 inches wide across the chest area. It is translucent when held up to the light, more so than the figurine above. On the bottom is a stamp that reads Japan.

The front left side of a white with blue English Setter figurine. The eyes of the figurine has black dots for eyes.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurine—this dog is filled with some type of cement; I think it is meant to be a paperweight. It's white with blue markings in a sitting pose. The figurine stands 4 inches tall, about 4 inches long from the paw to the back of the tail, and 2 1/4 inches wide across the lower chest / back of tail. It has some type of stamp on the bottom but it's worn off and I am unable to read it.

The underside of a bone china English Setter that has a filled in hole.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurine paper weight—image showing the bottom filled with cement and a stamp that is unreadable

The front right side of a bone china white with brown English Setter figurine. The figurine has long legs and small paws.

Vintage bone china English Setter dog figurine—this is a hand painted dog in a sitting pose. The bottom is unmarked. It is about 3 inches tall, 2 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the bottom of the back and is about 1 1/2 inch wide from hip to hip. Translucent when held up to the light.

The front right side of an English Setter in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has big black circles for eyes.

Shown is a vintage bone china English Setter figurine. It honestly looks like when someone was making this dog they accidently cut off the snoot and decided to roll with it rather than tossing it, as the snoot is a bit crooked. White with hand painted orange and green markings. It is translucent when held up to the light. It's roughly 3 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 inches wide from the back to the tip of the chopped off nose and 1 1/2 inches wide across the hips. I picked it up used at a flea market sometime in the 1990's. The bottom is unmarked.