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Collectable Vintage Great Dane Dogs

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

The left side of a tan Great Dane figurine. The figurine has long legs that lead to small paws with black nails.

This is a majestic old guy. He's a 1950s Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly. There is also a number 9 engraved into the bottom. He was made in Germany. This figurine really shows how the Great Danes used to look in the 1950s. He reminds me of the original Scooby Doo and Marmaduke dogs. This is a smaller figurine standing 3 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the ears, about 4 1/2 inches long from the nose to the back leg and 1 1/4 inch wide across the chest. He is tan with a black muzzle and in excellent vintage condition. He does have some crazing all over.

Other Names
  • Deutsche Dogge
  • German Mastiff
The front left side of a figurine of a tan Great Dane. The figurine has a black muzzle.

Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly—front-side view

The front right side of a tan Great Dane figurine. The figurine has perked up ears and it has black on the inside of its ears.

Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly—front-side view

The right side of a figurine of a tan Great Dane. The figurine is glossy.

Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly—side view

The back right side of a tan Great Dane figurine. The figurine has a long tail attached to its leg.

Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly—back-side view

The back left side of a tan figurine of a Great Dane. The figurine has a long detailed body.

Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Great Dane with the full bee and V mark on the belly—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a figurine of a Great Dane. On the undersid eof the full bee inside the V logo of Goebel W.Germany and engraved is the number 89.

Image showing the Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) of the full bee inside the V—there is also an engraving of the number 89 on the belly

The left side of a brown with tan Great Dane figurine. The figurine has brown long legs and small black paws.

This is a West Germany vintage Goebel porcelain Great Dane dog figurine made between 1972 and 1978. This glossy piece has the Goebel logo stamped under the glaze on the bottom with the name Goebel in blue and the V with a bee inside of it (TMK-5). Under that it reads W. Germany. On the inside of the back left leg is an engraved number that reads 3063310. The piece is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs but does have crazing all over. This very nice looking fawn and black Dane stands 4 inches high from the ground to the top of the ears, 5 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and is 1 1/2 inch wide.

A tan Great Dane figurine in a standing pose. It has a detailed face and black circles for eyes.

West Germany vintage Goebel porcelain Great Dane dog figurine made between 1972 and 1978—front view

The right side of a figurine of a tan Great Dane. The figurine has a glossy body.

West Germany vintage Goebel porcelain Great Dane dog figurine made between 1972 and 1978—side view

The back left side of a tan Great Dane figurine. The figurine has a long tail and its ears are sticking up.

West Germany vintage Goebel porcelain Great Dane dog figurine made between 1972 and 1978—back view

The underside of a tan Great Dane figurine that has the stamp of Goebel W.Germany stamped on it.

West Germany vintage Goebel porcelain Great Dane dog figurine made between 1972 and 1978—image showing the Goebel logo stamped under the glaze on the bottom with the name Goebel in blue and the V with a bee inside of it (TMK-5). Under that it reads W. Germany. On the inside of the back left leg is an engraved number that reads 3063310.

The left side of a tan Great Dane figurine that is laying down. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Pictured is a vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel. It is of a tan dog with shades of gray and black on the snoot and tips of the paws. The eyes and nose are black. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The logo sets the date of the figurine between 1950 and 1956. There is also an engraving that reads CH 565 8 and a second engraving that I think reads 97. It measures 5/8 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 4 1/4 inch long from the front paws to the base of the tail and 1 1/2 inch wide across the back from hip to hip. It was made in West Germany.

The front left side of a figurine of a tan Great Dane that is laying down. The figurine has its paws over top of each other and its ears are in the air.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—front-side view

The front right side of a tan Great Dane figurine that is laying down. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—front-side view

The back left side of a figurine of a tan Great Dane that is laying down. The figurine has a long tail next to its leg.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—back-side view

The back right side of a tan Great Dane that is laying down figurine. The figurine has a long body.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—back-side view

The right side of a tan Great Dane that is laying down figurine.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—side view

Close up - The underside of a Great Dane figurine. There is a Full Bee inside of a V logo on the underside. To the left of the logo is the engraved letter/number combination - CH 568 97.

Vintage 1950s Great Dane dog by Goebel—image showing the Goebel trademark 2 (TMK-2) Goebel logo of the full bee inside the V. The logo sets the date of the figurine between 1950 and 1956. There is also an engraving that reads CH 565 8 and a second engraving that I think reads 97.

A Great Dane figurine. The figurine has great details along its body.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. The stamp is under the glaze and is very well defined. The incised mark is very clear. There is a number engraving that reads CH 197 and the letters Dep. The Great Dane is in a lying down pose. It is brown, gray and black with white on the snout, tips of the feet and parts of the leg. The tips of the ears are black. The mouth is gray. There is a black stripe on the top of the dog's head running down the back to the tip of the tail. The eyebrows, eyes and nose are black. The tail is cropped and the ears are docked standing up-right. It measures 3 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 6 1/2 inches long from the tip of the front paws to the tip of the tail and 2 inches wide across the back hips. Made in Germany

The left side of a figurine of a Great Dane. The figurine has white paws with black tipped nails.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

The front left side of a Great Dane figurine in a laying down pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes and its ears are sticking up.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—front-side view

The front right side of a figurine of a Great Dane in a laying down pose. The figurine has fine chest hair details.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—front-side view

The right side of a black and tan with white figurine of a Great Dane laying down. The figurine has a black strip down its back.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

The back of a Great Dane laying down figurine that has a short tail.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

The back left side of a Great Dane laying down figurine. The figurine has a long body.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a Great Dane figurine and there is a double crown mark on the underside. Engraved are the letters/numbers - CH 197 - and - Dep.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—image showing the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. The stamp is under the glaze and is very well defined. The incised mark is very clear. There is a number engraving that reads CH 197 and the letters Dep.

A white with black Great Dane laying down figurine. The figurines face is mostly unpainted.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. The stamp is under the glaze and is very well defined. The incised mark is hard to read, but if you hold the piece sideways you can tell it is there. There is a number engraving that reads CH 197. The Great Dane is in a lying down pose. It is tan, gray and black with pink inside the ears. The tips of the ears are black. The mouth is pink. There is a black stripe on the top of the dog's head running down the back to the tip of the tail. The eyebrows and nose are black. The eyes are nicely defined by the mold with raised pupils, however it appears someone neglected to paint them. The tail is cropped and the ears are docked standing up-right. It measures 3 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 6 1/2 inches long from the tip of the front paws to the tip of the tail and 2 inches wide across the back hips. Made in Germany

The left side of a white with black Great Dane laying down figurine. The figurine has a long body and a black spot on its back.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

The front left side of a figurine of a white with black Great Dane laying down figurine. The figurine has long legs and small paws.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—front-side view

The front right side of a white with black Great Dane laying down figurine. The figurine has black eyebrows and a black nose.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—front-side view

The front right side of a figurine of a white with black Great Dane that is laying down. The figurine has a detailed chest.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—front-side view

The right side of a white with black Great Dane laying down figurine. There is a black strip going across the body of the figurine.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

The back right side of a figurine of a Great Dane laying down. The figurine has a short tail that is half black and half white.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

The back left side of a Great Dane figurine laying down.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

The underside of a figurine that is of a Goebel Double crown mark stamp on it.

Vintage Goebel Great Dane dog figurine with the double crown mark—image showing the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. The stamp is under the glaze and is very well defined. The incised mark is hard to read, but if you hold the piece sideways you can tell it is there. There is a number engraving that reads CH 197.

The front right side of a tan with black Great Dane figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It is item number 3056 and was first added to the HR line in 1992 and later retired in 2003. It is of a Great Dane dog in a standing pose and is still attached to the card. The card reads (C) 1995, Hagen-Renaker, Inc, Made in San Dimas, CA - U.S.A (To remove - soak in water.) $5.00. It measures 2 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ears, 2 3/4 inches long from the tip of the nose to the furthest back leg and 1 inch wide from the side of the snoot to the other side of the dog. Made in the USA

The left side of a figurine of a tan with black Great Dane. The figurine has large black tipped ears.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—side view

A tan with black Great Dane figurine.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—front view

The left side of a figurine of a tan with black Great Dane. The figurine has a long body and it is glossy.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—side view

The right side of a tan with black Great Dane figurine. The figurine has a detailed body.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—side view

The back left side of a tan with black Great Dane figurine that has a long tail.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—back-side view

The back right side of a figurine of a tan with black Great Dane figurine. The figurine has long tan legs and small black paws.

1995 retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Great Dane dog designed by artist Robert McGuinness—back-side view