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Collectable Vintage Hound Dogs

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

The figurines on this page are general hound dog types that I am unable to label as specific breeds, either because they do not look like any certain purebred or because the maker of the figurine labels them that way.

The left side of a white with brown and black vintage Hound dog in a standing pose figurine. The dog has long drop ears, a short docked tail that is up in the air, a black nose and black eyes.

This is a rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog in a standing pose designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is from the 1960s and was made at the old Monrovia, California factory. It is item number A-432. It is hand-painted tri-color in white, brown and black. It measures about 1 3/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/4 inch long from the snout to the tip of the tail and 2 inches wide across the back paws. This mold was also later used to produce the Beagle dog standing. Made in the USA

The right side of a vintage white with brown and black Hound dog figurine. The figurine has  medium-sized legs and big paws. The body is mostly white and the ears are black. There are black and brown patches on it. The tail is brown.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—side view

The front left side of a white with brown and black vintage Hound dog figurine. The figurine has long black ears. The nose and mouth are painted black.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—front-side view

The front right side of a vintage Hound dog figurine. The figurine has a very glossy outside. The dog is looking upward.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—front-side view

The back right side of a white with black and brown vintage Hound Dog figurine. The tail of the figurine is brown and short.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—back-side view

The back left side of a white with black and brown Hound dog figurine.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—back-side view

The left side of a white with brown and black vintage Hound Dog figurine. The figurine has big black circles for eyes.

Pictured is a rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy in a standing pose designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is from the 1960s and was made at the old Monrovia, California factory. It is item number 433. It is hand-painted tri-color in white, brown and black. It measures about 7/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/8 inch long from the snout to the back legs and 3/4 inches wide across the back paws. This mold was also later used to produce the Beagle puppy standing. Made in the USA

The right side of a vintage white with brown and black Hound dog figurine. The figurine has a medium sized body and it has a short tail.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—side view

The front right side of a white with brown and black vintage Hound dog figurine with black circles for eyes.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—front-side view

The front left side of a white with brown and black Hound dog figurine that has large black ears attached to the side of its head.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—front-side view

The back right side of a Hound dog figurine that is white with brown and black. The figurine has large paws.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—back-side view

The back left side of a figurine of a white with brown and black Hound dog. All of the figurines have black tipped nails for paws.

Rare hard to find vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature Hound dog puppy made at the old Monrovia factory in the 1960s—back-side view

Four miniature Hound Dog Mama figurines have brown spots on there chests and there heads are tilted to the left.

This is a line-up of the vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dog Mama" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. I have four of these, however when it comes to hand-painted figurines they are never all exactly the same. This figurine is item number 497. It was added to the HR line in the 1950s and was retired in 1961. 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 used to create other breeds, such as the “Dalmatian Mama” and a tri-color hound dog. It is still used today for the Dalmatian dogs.

The right side of a four Miniature Hound Dog figutines. Each figurine has one brown spot on there sides and a brown spot at the bottom of the ears.

Line-up of the vintage retired Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dog Mama”—side view

The left side of four white with brown spots Miniature Hound Dog Mama figurine. The figurines have completely brown left ears.

Line-up of the vintage retired Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dog Mama”—side view

Four Miniature Hound Dog back facing figurines. The figurines have long thin tails and a brown spot towards there bottoms.

Line-up of the vintage retired Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dog Mama”—back view

A brown and white with black vintage figurine that is in a sitting pose. The figurines head is tilted to the left and it has long legs with black nails for paws.

Pictured is the vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color hound dog designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. This hand painted figurine is item number 497. It was added to the HR line in the 1950s. 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 front paws. This same mold was used to create other breeds, such as the “Dalmatian Mama” and the “Hound Dog Mama” (shown above). It is still used today for the Dalmatian dogs.

The left side of a figurine of a white and brown with black spots vintage Hound dog. The figurine has a large black spot on its left side.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color hound dog designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund.

The right side of a white and brown with black spots vintage Hound dog figurine. The figurine has long black ears attached to the side of its head.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color hound dog designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund.

A brown and white with black vintage Hound dog figurines back. There are two spots on along the back and side of the figurine.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color hound dog designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund.

The left side of two white with brown spotted Hound puppy figurines. Both figurines has black circles for eyes.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker "Hound Puppy". I have two of them and am showing them side by side. They are hand painted and you can see how they vary. It is item number 498 and is a hard to find vintage figurine. The tail is very fragile and will break off easily if you do not handle it with care. These two pups are both in excellent condition. They both measure one inch from the ground to the tip of the tail, 1 3/8 inch long from the furthest ear to the back leg and 3/4 inch wide from back paw to back paw. The mold that was used to make this figurine was also used to make some of the Dalmatians. The company painted them different colors to transform the breeds. It was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. Made in the USA

The front of two brown spotted Hound puppy figuirnes. Both figurines have glossy white heads and brown tipped ears.

Two retired Hagen-Renaker "Hound Puppies"

The right side of a two white with brown Hound puppy figurines. The figurines have there long tails arched in the air.

Two retired Hagen-Renaker "Hound Puppies"

The back left side of two two Hound puppy figurines with brown spots toward there back sides.

Two retired Hagen-Renaker "Hound Puppies"

The right side of a white brown spotted Hound dog with its paw in the air. The figurine has black circles for eyes and a nose.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Muttsey Paw Up.” This is an adorable piece of a mixed breed hound type dog with its little paw up in the air. It is item number 455 and was designed by Tom Masterson. It was first added to the HR line in 1959 and retired in 1986. 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 is very fragile, especially that tiny tail. This one is in excellent condition. It was made in the USA.

The front of a brown spotted Hound dog figurine with a paw in the air. The figurine has brown at the bottom of its ears.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Muttsey Paw Up”

The back right side of a Hound dog figurine with a paw in the air. The figurine also has its long tail in the air and at the tip is a brown spot.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Muttsey Paw Up”

The left side of a brown spotted Hound figurine. The figurine has a brown spot on its arm and it has brown tipped paws.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Muttsey Paw Up”

The back left side of a brown spotted Hound dog figurine. The figurine has a glossy head and body.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Muttsey Paw Up”

The right side of three white with brown Hound dog figurines. All the figurines have black circles for eyes.

Shown above are three additional retired Hagen-Renaker figurines named “Muttsey Paw Up.” Two of them are on cards that have the date 1981. One unfortunately has a broken tail. Notice how the hand-painted faces are all slightly different.

The right side of a white with brown Hound puppy figurine that is crouching. The figurine has black circles for eyes and a nose.

This is the retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Puppy Crouching.” It is item number 456 and was designed by artist Tom Masterson. It was first put on the HR line in 1959 and retired in 1967. It is of a cute little black and white pup in a play bow pose. It measures about 1 inch from the ground to the tip of the tail, 1 3/8 inch long from the back leg to the front of the snoot and 3/4 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. This mold was also used to make some of the older Dalmatian and tricolor hound puppies. Made in the USA

The front right side of a white with brown spotted Hound puppy figurine in a crouching position. The figurine has its tail in the air.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature "Hound Puppy Crouching" designed by artist Tom Masterson—front-side view

The front left side of a brown spotted Hound puppy in a crouching position figurine. The figurine has a black spot on its white ear.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature "Hound Puppy Crouching" designed by artist Tom Masterson—front-side view

The left side of a white with brown spotted Hound puppy crouching figurine. The figurine has two brown spots one near its hind legs and one above its front legs.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature "Hound Puppy Crouching" designed by artist Tom Masterson—side view

The back left side of a white with brown Hound puppy crouching figurine. The figurine has a long tail sticking up in the air and it has a brown spot at the tip.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature "Hound Puppy Crouching" designed by artist Tom Masterson—back-side view

The back right side of a white crouching hound puppy figurine that has brown spots.

Retired vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature "Hound Puppy Crouching" designed by artist Tom Masterson—back-side view

A collection of Hound dog figurines.

This is a line-up of some of my Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dawg” dog figurines. They are all retired and were added to the HR line in 1959 and were in and out of the line in different colors, some retired in the 1980s and some in the 1990s. They were designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. All of the hounds came in a variety of colors including tricolor. Some of the tricolor dogs pictured are Monrovia pieces, which means they were made in the Monrovia, California factory in the 1960s. They are all hand painted and therefore are never exactly the same. All of the dogs pictured above are in great condition; some do have crazing, which is a sign of age.

The larger sitting dogs in the back row are the adult called “Hound Dawg.” They are item number 463. It measures 1 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 3/4 inch from the front of the feet to the tip of the tail and 1/2 inch wide across the front from hip to hip.

The left side of a brown with white Hound dog sitting figurine with a black spot above its short white tail.

The smaller sitting dogs are “Hound Dawg Puppy Seated” and are item number 473. It measures 3/4 inch high from the ground to the tip of the nose, 5/8 inch long from the front paws to the tip of the tail and 1/2 inch wide from hip to hip.

A brown with white and black spotted Hound dog figurine is laying down. The figurine has long black ears laying out.

The pups in the play bow pose are “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” and are item number 474. Some of these dogs had shorter tails and others longer tails. Height varies depending on the tail height. The longer tail dogs measure 1/2 inch high from the ground to the tip of the tail, 3/4 inch long from the front of the snoot to the back of the legs and 5/8 inch wide across the back from paw to paw.

A set of Hound Dawg figurines that are around a red fire hydrant. One of the figurines is sitting, another is laying down and another is looking up and to the right.

This is a Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dawg” set with all three dogs: “Hound Dawg” (adult), “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing,” “Hound Dawg Puppy Seated” and one red fire hydrant. It is still attached to its original card and is dated 1995. The card reads ©1995 Hagen-Renaker, Inc, Made in San Dimas, CA - U.S.A (To remove - soak in water.) $2.20.

The left side of a set of Hound Dawg figurines around a red fire hydrant. All the figurines have black circles for eyes.

This is another Hagen-Renaker miniature “Hound Dawg” set with all three dogs: ”Hound Dawg” (adult), “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing,” “Hound Dawg Puppy Seated” and one red fire hydrant. In this set the sitting dog has a brown nose instead of a black nose, which is rare. It is still attached to its original card and is dated 1995. The card reads ©1995 Hagen-Renaker, Inc, Made in San Dimas, CA - U.S.A (To remove - soak in water.) $2.20.

A brown with black Hound Dawg puppy figurine is laying down on a card and it has long black ears.

This is a Hagen-Renaker miniature ''Hound Dawg Puppy Seated” still attached to the original card and dated 1981. The price on the card is 80 cents. It is item number 473. It measures 3/4 inch high from the ground to the tip of the nose, 5/8 inch long from the front paws to the tip of the tail and 1/2 inch wide from hip to hip.

A brown with white and black Hound Dawg figurine is laying down and it has a black spot near its tail.

This is a Hagen-Renaker miniature named “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” by the artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It was introduced into the line in 1959 and the mold was retired in 1992. This is the first coloration and is pretty hard to find. Unfortunately there is a small chip in the paint on the left ear. Otherwise it is in great vintage condition. It is 1/4 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the tail, 3/4 inch long from the tip of the snoot to the back of the legs and 1/2 inch wide across the back legs. It was made in the USA.

The front right side of a brown with white and black Hound Dawg figurine. The figurine has a black circle for a nose.

Hagen-Renaker miniature named “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” by the artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The right side of a Hound Dawg figurine that has long black ears laying on the ground.

Hagen-Renaker miniature named “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” by the artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The left side of a figurine of a brown with white and black Hound Dawg figurine. The figurine has its front on the ground and its back side in the air.

Hagen-Renaker miniature named “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” by the artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The back side of a brown with white and black Hound Dawg figurine that has its short tail in the air.

Hagen-Renaker miniature named “Hound Dawg Puppy Playing” by the artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back view