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Collectable Vintage French Bulldog Dogs

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

Teh left side of a brown and white French Bulldog figurine. The figurine is looking forward and it has black circles for eyes.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany. It is of a white dog with a brown mask face and a brown patch on its back end in a sitting pose. The eyes, nose and toe nails are black. It is wearing a blue collar, which is built into the mold. It also has a metal collar around its neck with a Goebel Archives seal coin attached. On the front of the coin it reads W. Goebel Oeslau. On the back of the coin it reads Arbeitsmuster. Arbeitsmuster is the German word for 'work patterns.' On the bottom in black ink it says Germany. There is also a trademark 2 (TMK-2) logo with the registered (R) symbol stamped in blue next to it. The logo is of the full bee inside the V. It was in 1950 that the Goebel Company implemented the bee and the V in memory of Sister M.I. Hummel, the artist behind the famous Hummel figurines. Hummel means bumble bee in German. The V stands for Verkaufsgesellschaft, which means sales company. There is also an incised engraving that reads CH 191/0. It came with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Goebel Archive, shown below. It measures 3 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 4 1/2 inches long from the side of the face to the tip of the tail and 1 3/4 inches wide across the front paws.

Other Dog Breed Names
  • Bouledogue Francais
  • Frenchie
A brown and white French Bulldog in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has large brown ears in the air.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany

The left side of a brown and white French Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine is wearing a blue collar and it has a large medallion on the collar.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany

The right side of a figurine of a brown and white French Bulldog figurine. The figurine has 2 brown paws and 2 white paws, but they all have black nails.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany

The back right side of a brown and white French Bulldog figurine. The bottom and tail end of a figurine is brown. The figurine has a short tail.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany

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

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany

Close up - On a silver medallion it has the words - W.Goebel Oeslau - engraved into it.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany—image showing the front metal collar around its neck with a Goebel Archives seal coin attached. On the front of the coin it reads W. Goebel Oeslau. On the back of the coin it reads Arbeitsmuster. Arbeitsmuster is the German word for 'work patterns.'

Close up - The underside of a French Bulldog figurine. There is a stamped logo of Goebel W.Germany and next to that is a stamp that reads - Germany. There is a combination of letters/numbers - CH 191/0 - engraved on the figurine.

Vintage Goebel French Bulldog from the Goebel Archives in Germany— image showing the black stamp that says Germany. There is also a trademark 2 (TMK-2) logo with the registered (R) symbol stamped in blue next to it. The logo is of the full bee inside the V. It was in 1950 that the Goebel Company implemented the bee and the V in memory of Sister M.I. Hummel, the artist behind the famous Hummel figurines. Hummel means bumble bee in German. The V stands for Verkaufsgesellschaft, which means sales company. There is also an incised engraving that reads CH 191/0.

A Certificate of Authenticity.

Image showing the front of the Certificate of Authenticity from the Goebel Archive. It reads: Zertifikat, Certificate Herzlichen Glückwunsche zum Kauf eines Produktes aus dem Goebel Produkt Archiv. Translation: Congratulations for having bought a product from the Goebel Product Archives.

Handwritten in red ink it reads, Hund Bulldogge (which means 'dog bulldog' in German). CH 191/0, TMK 2

© Goebel 2012
Goebel Porzellan GmbH
Garantie
Goebel
Guarantee

Farbabweichungen, Beschadigungen und AbstoBungen sind bei den Archivfiguren nicht ausgeschlossen! This translates to: Color variations, damage and repulsions are not excluded from the archive figures!

The back of a Certificare of Authenticity.

Image showing the back of the certificate which reads, Zertifikat, Goebel Archiv - Figuren exclusively distributed by Axonline Internet-Verkaufsagentur (which translates to: Goebel Archive - Figures Exclusively distributed by Axonline Internet sales agency.) 1871 Goebel ...Tradition and Lifestyle...

The left side of a white with grey French Bulldog. The Bulldog figurine has a detailed face and large standing ears.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog. It is of a white dog with a gray mask face and a gray patch on its back in a sitting pose. It is wearing a gray collar. The eyes are black with white edges and the nose is black and gray. The paws are white with gray toenails. 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 its 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 C.H. 191 and an engraving that reads Dep. There is also a handwritten R in black ink under the glaze. It measures 4 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 5 inches long from the side of the face to the tip of the tail and 2 1/4 inches wide across the front paws.

A figurine of a white with grey French Bulldog that has white paws with black nails.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog—front-side view

The front right side of a white with grey French Bulldog figurine. This figurine has on a gray-blue collar.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog—front-side view

The back left side of a white with gray French Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a short tail.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog—back-side view

The back right side of a figurine of a white with gray French Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a detailed body, its rib bones are slightly visible.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a French Bulldog figurine. On the bottom there is a Goebel W.Germany stamp and engraved under that are - Ch 191 - and the words - Dep.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark French Bulldog—image showing the double-crown mark logo. The crown mark is the very first trademark (TMK-1) the Goebel Company used on its 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 C.H. 191 and an engraving that reads Dep. There is also a handwritten R in black ink under the glaze.

The left side of a white and black French Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has large black ears that are standing up.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog. It is of a white dog with black patches in a sitting pose. It has a black mask, patches of black on its body and on the tips of its paws. The eyes are brown and black, the inside of the ears are pink, the back of the ears are black and the nose is black. There is pink around the mouth line. It has a black collar painted around its neck. On the bottom of the figurine are the remnants of the Goebel crown mark stamped in green. It is partly warn off. There is also a number engraving that reads 286. The stamp and the number overlap one another. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949. It measures 3 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 1/2 inches long from the snout to the tip of the tail and 1 1/4 inches wide across the front paws.

The front left side of a white and black French Bulldog in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has white paws and black nails.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—front-side view

A figurine of a white and black French Bulldog in a sitting pose. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—front-side view

The right side of a white and black French Bulldog in a sitting pose figurine. The figurine has a black spot on its right side.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—side view

The back right side of a figurine of a white and black French Bulldog in a sitting pose. The figurine has a short white tail in the midst of a large black spot.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—back-side view

The back left side of a white and black French Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine is wearing a black collar.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—back-side view

The underside of a French Bulldog figurine. The figurine has a hole in its bottom and there is a green Goebel W.Germany stamp on it.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—image showing the remnants of the Goebel crown mark stamped in green. It is partly warn off. There is also a number engraving that reads 286. The stamp and the number overlap one another. It was made in Germany between 1935 and 1949.

The left side of a white and black French Bulldog figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has black spots all over its body.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog. It is of a white dog with black patches in a sitting pose. It has a black mask, patches of black on its body and on the tips of its paws. The eyes are black, the inside of the ears are white, the backs of the ears are black and the nose is black. It has a black collar painted around its neck. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel crown mark stamped in green. There is also a number engraving on the bottom of the back right paw that I believe reads 36. It has Germany incised into the side of the left hip. It was made between 1935 and 1949. It measures 5 inches from the ground to the tip of the ear, 5 inches wide from the front paw to the base of the tail and 2 3/4 inches wide across the front chest.

A white and black figurine of a French Bulldog in a sitting pose. The figurine has black tipped nails.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog

The right side of a white and black French Bulldog that is sitting figurine. The figurine has short legs and small paws.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog

The back right side of a white and black figurine of a French Bulldog that is sitting. The figurine has large black ears.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog

Close up - The underside of a French Bulldog figurine. There is the crown mark logo of Goebel W.Germany.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog

Close up - A series of engraved word - GERMANY - is on the left hip of a French Bulldog figurine.

Vintage Goebel crown mark French Bulldog—image showing Germany incised into the side of the left hip

The front left side of a brown with black French Bulldog figurine that has chips and scratches all over it.

This is one of the oldest figurines I own. It is estimated to date between 1900 and 1930. It’s solid, metal, heavy and seems to be made out of lead. On the bottom it is marked Germany. It is painted brown with a black collar. The eyes are black with white. Some of the paint is wearing off, which would be expected for a figurine this old. It is just a tiny thing, measuring 1 inch from the ground to the top of the ears, 1 1/2 inch long from the back of the tail to the front of the snoot and 3/4 wide across the front of the chest.

The front right side of a metal figurine of a brown with black French Bulldog. The figurine has a black collar on.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—front-side view

A metal figurine of a brown with black French Bullldog. The figurine has short brown legs and short black paws.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—front view

The left side of a brown with black French Bulldog figurine made of metal. The figurine has a short tail and big standing ears.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—side view

The right side of a brown with black metal French Bulldog figurine. The paint on the legs and body of this figurine are chipped.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—side view

The back left side of a figurine of a brown with black French Bulldog that is made of metal. The figurine has a short tail with chipped paint towards the end.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—back-side view

The back right side of a brown with black French Bulldog metal figurine. The figurine has a short body with chips all over it.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—back-side view

The underside of a metal French Bulldog figurine. On the underside there is a stamp that reads - Germany.

Early 1900s French Bulldog figurine made in Germany—bottom view showing the Germany stamp

The front right side of a white with red bone china French Bulldog figurine. The figurine has black dots around its muzzle.

Vintage hand-painted bone china French Bulldog figurine—when you hold this little guy up to the light it is translucent. It is 2 7/8 inches tall, 4 inches long and 1 1/4 inch wide. Stamped on the bottom of the front paw is the word Japan. Great condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs.

The left side of a bone china white with red bone French Bulldog figurine. The body of the figurine has fine details.

Vintage hand-painted bone china French Bulldog figurine—side view

A white with red bone china French Bulldog figurine that has black circles for eyes.

Vintage hand-painted bone china French Bulldog figurine—front view

The back of a bone china figurine of a French Bulldog figurine that has a short white tail.

Vintage hand-painted bone china French Bulldog figurine—back view

The underside of a bone china French Bulldog figurine that has a Japan stamp on its front left paw.

Vintage hand-painted bone china French Bulldog figurine—bottom view showing the Japan stamp

The right side of a brown with white and black French Bulldog that has a chain attached to a sitting Frenchie puppy figurine.

This is a vintage set of a French Bulldog mother chained to her Frenchie puppy. This design of chaining adult and puppy figurines together was popular in the 1950s. This porcelain set is of brown and tan dogs. The mother stands 2 1/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the ears, 2 1/2 inches long from the front foot to the tip of the tail and 1 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. The puppy is 1 1/4 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 1 1/4 inch long from the back of the tail to the tip of the loop that holds the chain and 1/4 inch wide across the side of the head. On the back of the mother is the engraving Japan.

The left side of a brown with white and black French Bulldog that has the word - JAPAN - engraved on it. The figurine is also chained to a figurine of a brown with tan Frenchie puppy.

Vintage set of a French Bulldog mother chained to her Frenchie puppy—image shows the Japan engraving on the back of the mother dog.

A brown with white and black French Bulldog has a chain that connects it to a brown with tan Frenchie puppy figurine. The figurines both have brown paws.

Vintage set of a French Bulldog mother chained to her Frenchie puppy—front view

The back of a brown with white and black French Bulldog figurine has a chain on it that connects it to a brown with tan Frenchie puppy figurine that is sitting. Both figurines have short tails.

Vintage set of a French Bulldog mother chained to her Frenchie puppy—back view

The front left side of a white with brown and green porcelain French Bulldog figurine in a standing pose. The figurine has mediumg sized legs and small paws.

Pictured is a vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose. This is a porcelain figurine that stands 3 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 3 1/2 inches long from the front paw to the back leg, and 1 1/2 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. On the bottom is a blue stamp that reads Japan. This dog is in excellent condition.

The front right side of a porcelain figurine of a white with brown and green French Bulldog in a standing pose. The figurine has small black circles for eyes.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—front-side view

The right side of a white with brown and green French Bulldog porcelain figurine in a standing pose. The figurine has a large green spot on its hind leg.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—side view

The back right side of a porcelain figurine white with brown and green French Bulldog in a standing pose. The figurine is very glossy.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—back view

The back left side of a white with brown and green French Bulldog porcelain figurine that is in a standing pose. The figurine has a brown spot on its left side.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—back view

The left side of a porcelain white with brown and green French Bulldog figurine that is in a standing position. The figurine has a its ears in the air and its short tail is arched up.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—side view

Close up - The underside of a porcelain French Bulldog figurine and it has the word - JAPAN - stamped on it.

Vintage bone china French Bulldog in a standing pose—image showing Japan stamped in blue.