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

The left side of a glossy brown with black Irish Setter dog figurine. The figurine has its tail sitting up and out. Its ears are hanging down to the sides and its tail has fringe  hair on it that comes to a point at the tip. The dog is a male.

This is a 1970s Irish Setter dog in a standing pose by Goebel. It is a vintage hand painted porcelain piece with a glossy finish. On the bottom is the engraving CH 622 and the blue trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the ‘bel’ in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. This sets the date the figurine was made between 1972 and 1978. It stands about 7 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 10 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and is 2 inches wide across the front of the chest.

ZClose up - The underside of a Irish Setter figurine that has the letter/number - CH 622 - engraved on it.

1970s Irish Setter dog in a standing pose by Goebel—image showing the engraving CH 622 and the blue trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the ‘bel’ in the name Goebel. Below that it reads W. Germany. This sets the date the figurine was made between 1972 and 1978.

The front left side of a brown with black Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has a fine face details.

This is the same style Irish Setter Goebel dog as above, but it is older. It has the trademark 4 logo on the bottom. TMK-4 logos were placed on Goebel figurines between 1962 and 1971. This particular dog has a date stamp of 1968, which is the date the mold was made. This sets this particular figurine between 1968 and 1971. Since it is hand painted the coloring varies from the newer piece above. The one above has a defined black line on top of the head, whereas this one has a very subtle marking. It also stands about 7 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 10 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 2 inches wide across the front of the chest.

Close up - The underside of a brown with black Irish Setter figurine, that has the logo of Goebel W.Germnay stamped on its body and across from it is the engraved letter/number combination - CH 622 - engraved on it.

Irish Setter Goebel dog—image showing the three-line trademark 4 (TMK-4) Goebel logo of the 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.

The right side of a brown Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has long legs and a hairy body.

This is the retired miniature Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose. This hand-painted figurine is item number 3055 and was designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It was first added to the HR line in 1992 and was retired in 1996. Six years later it was re-introduced to the HR line with white painted in the eyes, sold in 2002 and once again retired in 2006. This particular figurine is the original 1990s older version. The eyes are solid black, whereas the newer version has some white in the eyes. There are two color variations of this older version, one with a painted black nose and mouth and one with a red nose and mouth. This piece has the red nose and mouth. It was manufactured at the San Dimas factory in California. It measures 2 inches high from the ground to the top of the head, 2 3/4 inches long from the tip of the tail to the tip of the nose and 1/2 inch wide across the back from paw to paw.

The front left side of a figurine of a brown Irish Setter. The figurine has a tail that sticks out and it is level with its body.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose—front-side view

The front left side of an Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose—front-side view

The left side of a brown Irish Setter figurine that is glossy. The figurine has brown ears that are hard to differentiate from its body.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose—side view

The back left side of a figurine of a brown Irish Setter. The figurine is glossy.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose—back-side view

The back right side of a brown Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has long legs and small paws.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a red nose—back-side view

The right side of a brown Irish Setter figurine that is looking up. The tail of the figurine is lifted, but tilted towards the ground.

This is the retired miniature Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with a black nose and painted mouth. This hand-painted figurine is item number 3055 and was designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It was first added to the HR line in 1992 and was retired in 1996. Six years later it was re-introduced to the HR line with white painted in the eyes, sold in 2002 and once again retired in 2006. This particular figurine is the original 1990s older version. The eyes are solid black, whereas the newer version has some white in the eyes. There are two color variations of this older version, one with a painted black nose and mouth and one with a red nose and mouth. This piece has the black nose and mouth. It was manufactured at the San Dimas factory in California. It measures 2 inches high from the ground to the top of the head, 2 3/4 inches long from the tip of the tail to the tip of the nose and 1/2 inch wide across the back from paw to paw.

An Irish Setter figurine that has black circles for eyes and a black circle for a nose.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a black nose and painted mouth—front-side view

The front left side of a brown Irish Setter figurine that has its head turned to the left. It has hairy ears and its ears are hard to differentiate from its body.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a black nose and painted mouth—front-side view

The left side of a figurine of an Irish Setter. The figurine is glossy and it has hair details on the back of its legs.

Hagen-Renaker's 1990s retired miniature Irish Setter dog figurine with a black nose and painted mouth—side view

The right side of an Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has ears that are hard to tell from its body.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It is item number 3355 and was first put on the HR line in 1992 and retired in 1996. It was later re-introduced to the line in 2002 and once again retired in 2006. This one dates from the latter period. It is a solid, rich red color with a black nose, mouth-line and eyes that have white in a standing pose. It measures 2 inches from the ground to the top of the head, 2 7/8 inch from the tip of the tail to the tip of the nose and 1/2 inch wide across the chest. Made in the USA

The front right side of a brown Irish Setter figurine. The figurine is looking up it has a circular black nose.

Retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness—front-side view

The back left side of a Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has its tail sticking out and it is level with its body.

Retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness—front-side view

The left sdie of a brown Irish Setter figurine that has long legs and small paws.

Retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness—side view

The back left side of a brown Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has a glossy body.

Retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness—back-side view

The back right side of a brown Irish Setter figurine that is looking up and to the right.

Retired Hagen-Renaker Irish Setter dog figurine with white in the eyes designed by artist Robert McGuinness—back-side view

The left side of a brown with tan ceramic Irish Setter that is pointing. The figurine is glossy and its front right paw is in the air.

This is a vintage ceramic Irish Setter with M1758 stamped on the inside of the leg. Nice glossy finish with very minor crazing, no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. In a pointing pose standing 3 3/4 inches tall, 6 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 1 1/2 inch wide. Very detailed with nicely painted eyes.

The right side of a brown with tan ceramic Irish Setter pointing figurine. The small paws of the figurine are brown and white.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with M1758 stamped on the inside of the leg—side view

A ceramic brown with tan Irish Setter figurine pointing. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with M1758 stamped on the inside of the leg—front view

The back right side of a ceramic Irish Setter figurine. The tail of the figurine is up and level with its body.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with M1758 stamped on the inside of the leg—back view

Close up - The underside of a ceramic Irish Setter figurine. On the underside is the letter/number combination - M1758 - that is stamped on it.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with M1758 stamped on the inside of the leg

The right side of a ceramic brown Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has its tail up and extended out. It has hair draped at the bottom of its tail.

This vintage ceramic Irish Setter with a flat finish is very nicely detailed with soft eyes in a pointing pose. It stands 3 1/2 inches tall, 5 1/2 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. Excellent condition with no cracks, chips, breaks or repairs.

The right side of a ceramic brown with tan Irish Setter figurine with a flat finish and it is pointing.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with a flat finish—side view

The back left side of a brown with tan ceramic Irish Setter figurine. The figurine has fine hair details across its body.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with a flat finish—back view

The front of a brown with tan Irish Setter ceramic figurine. The figurine is pointing and it has black spots for whiskers.

Vintage ceramic Irish Setter with a flat finish—front view