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Collectable Vintage Mixed Breed Dogs

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

A figurine of two Jack Russell Terriers in a begging pose. They both are looking up and to the right.

Pictured is a vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose. The dog on the left looks like a Jack Russell Terrier mix and the dog on the right looks like a Schnauzer mix. 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 green stamp with Germany below it and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads C.H. 319. There is also a handwritten B in black ink under the glaze. It measures 4 1/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 1/2 inches long from the side of the face to the tip of the tail and 2 3/4 inches wide across the front of both dogs.

Two Jack Russell Terrier figurines are sitting in a begging pose and there paws are in the air.

Vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose—front view

The left side of two Jack Russell Terrier figurines that are in a begging pose. They both have short tails.

Vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose—side view

THe right side of two figurines of Jack Russell Terriers that are in a begging pose. The most forward figurine is white with brown.

Vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose—side view

The back of two Jack Russell Terrier figurines that are sitting in a begging pose. THe figurines are glossy.

Vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose—back view

Close Up - The underside of two Jack Russell Terrier figurines. Each figurine has the stamp of Goebel W. Germany stamped on the bottom.

Vintage double-crown mark Goebel figurine of a couple of terrier dogs in a begging pose—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 green stamp with Germany below it and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads C.H. 319. There is also a handwritten B in black ink under the glaze.

The right side of a tri-color Papa Dog figurine. The figurine has cartoon-y features.

Pictured is the vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is listed in The Charlton Standard Catalogue of Hagen-Renaker 2nd Edition book as a mutt. This rare hand painted figurine is item number 496. It was added to the HR line in the fall of 1961 and retired in the spring of 1962. It measures 1 7/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/2 inch long from the snout to the tip of the tail and 1/2 inches wide across the front chest.  Made in the USA

The left side of a figurine of a tri-color Papa Dog figurine. The tail of the figurine is long and skinny.

Rare vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The front right side of a tri-color Papa Dog figurine. The figurine has long and skinny legs.

Rare vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The front left side of a figurine of a tri-color Papa Dog. The figurine has a large black circle on its back.

Rare vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The back left side of a Papa Dog figurine that is tri-color. The figurine has black ears.

Rare vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

The back right side of a figurine of a Papa Dog. The figurine has a long body.

Rare vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature tri-color "Papa Dog" designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

A figurine of a miniature running puppy that is brown and black with white. The figurine has black circles for eyes, it is looking up and to the right.

This is the vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Running Puppy.” It is of a dog in a running pose with its back legs forward and its front legs back. It has wide bulging eyes and a round face with flying ears. There were a few different color variations including brown and black with a white chest (shown above), white with orange and black markings, dark brown/black with a white chest and white with brown markings. The dog shown above is the oldest color variation made. It is item number 187 and was first added to the HR line in 1952 and retired in 1968. It measures 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/2 inch long from the front of the face to the tip of the tail and 3/4 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA

A running puppy miniature figurine. The figurines ear are up as they are flying back.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Running Puppy”—front view

The front right side of a miniature figurine of a running puppy. The figurine has black tipped nails.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Running Puppy”—front-side view

The back left side of a figurine of a miniature running puppy. The figurine has a long skinny tail.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Running Puppy”—back-side view

The back right side of a miniature running puppy figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature “Running Puppy”—back-side view

The right side of three Running Dog figurines of different color variations.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature “Adult Running Dog” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is item number 186 and was first put on the HR line in 1952 and retired in 1968. It was later re-issued to the line in the fall of 2003 and retired in the spring of 2006. The first dog on the far left is one of the older dogs made in the 1950s to 1960s. The dog in the middle and the white and brown dog on the right are re-issues. They all have airbrush coloring. This figurine stands about 1 1/2 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/8 inches long from the back leg to the front of the snoot and 1 inch wide across the face from cheek to ear. Made in the USA

The front right side of three figurines of running dogs in different color variations. The figurines are looking up and to the left.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Adult Running Dog” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The back right side of three running dog figurines in different color variations. The figurines tails are arched up in the air.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Adult Running Dog” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

The back left side of three figurines of running dogs in different color variations. The figurines are glossy.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Adult Running Dog” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

The left side of three running dog figurines in different color variations.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Adult Running Dog” designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

A figurine of a dog standing on its hind legs in a begging pose.

This is a rare, hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog called “Standing Pup” in a begging pose. It is balanced by its long fragile tail. It is tricolor brown, black and tan with a detailed face. It is item number 206 and was produced in 1953. It measures 1 1/2 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 7/8 inch from the tip of the tail to the front feet and 7/8 inch wide across the front from front paw to front paw. Made in the USA

The right side of a dog standing on its hind legs figurine that is in a begging pose. Its front paws are in the air.

Rare 1953 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog called “Standing Pup” in a begging pose—side view

The left side of a figurine of a dog that is standing on its hind legs in a begging pose. The figurine has a smile on its face.

Rare 1953 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog called “Standing Pup” in a begging pose—side view

The back of a dog standing figurine that is standing on its hind legs and in a begging pose. The figurine has a long skinny tail.

Rare 1953 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog called “Standing Pup” in a begging pose—back view

Three figurines of a puppy in a play bow pose that are color variations. The figurines have basic features.

This is one of the early hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurines. It is “Playful Pup” and is item number 16. It was made in 1949 only and was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is of a mutt puppy in a play bow pose. It came in white with black and white with brown. All of the pieces were hand painted and vary in their looks. They can also vary in size: as a mold was used over and over again the pieces would get larger and less detailed until the mold was changed. The black dog pictured is slightly smaller than the brown pups. They are about 3/4 inch from the ground to the tip of the tail, 1 1/2 inch long from the tip of the nose to the back of the legs and 1 inch wide across the back legs from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The right side of three figurines that are of a puppy in a play bow pose and they are color variations of each other.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Playful Pup”—side view

The back left side of a puppy in a play bow pose and different color variations. They have short tails in the air.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Playful Pup”—back-side view

The left side of three puppys in a play bow pose and in different color variations.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Playful Pup”—side view

Two figurines of a dog in a sitting position. The figurines are different color variations.

This is one of the early hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurines. It is “Dog Sitting” and is item number 12. It was made in 1949 only and was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is of a mutt puppy in a sitting pose. It came in white with black and white with brown. All of the pieces were hand painted and vary in their looks. It measures about 1 1/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 inch wide across the front from paw to paw and 1 inch wide from paw to tail. Made in the USA

Two dog figurines that are in a sitting position. They have big circles for eyes.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Sitting”—front view

The left side of two dog figurines in a sitting position. The figurines have large spots on there backs.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Sitting”—side view

The back of two dog figurines in a sitting position that are different color variations. The figurines have ears that are a solid color.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Sitting”—back view

The right side of two dog figurines that are in a sitting positions and are different color variations. The figurines have color tipped nails.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Sitting”—side view

A white with brown dog standing figurine. The figurine has colored parts.

This is one of the early hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurines. It is “Dog Standing” and is item number 31. It was made in 1949 only and was designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is of a mutt puppy in a standing pose. It came in white with black and white with brown. This is the white with brown dog. All of the pieces were hand painted and vary in their looks. It measures about 1 5/8 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/4 inch long from the tip of the nose to the back legs and 1 1/8 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The left side of a white with brown dog standing figurine. The figurine has a short brown tail with a brown spot around it.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Standing”—side view

The right side of a white with brown dog standing figurine. The figurine has brown ears.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Standing”—side view

The back left side of a white with brown dog standing figurine. The figurine has large brown eyes.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Standing”—back-side view

The back of a white with brown dog standing figurine.

Vintage 1949 hard to find (HTF) Hagen-Renaker figurine of “Dog Standing”—back-side view

A white with black puppy figurine that is in a lying pose. The figurine has big black circles for eyes.

This is the vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy.” It is of a little black and white dog in a lying down pose with its paw up in the air. It is item number 273 and was designed by artist Nell Bortells. It was made in 1956 only. It measures 1/2 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/4 inch long from the front of the snoot to the back of the rump and 1 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The right side of a white with black puppy figurine that is in a lying pose. The figurine has its right paw in the air.

Vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy”—side view

The front right side of a figurine of a white with black puppy figurine that is in a lying pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes and a nose.

Vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy”—front-side view

The left side of a white with black puppy figurine that is in a lying pose. The figurine has a short black tail.

Vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy”—side view

The back right side of a figurine of a white with black puppy in a lying pose. The figurines ear and lifted paw are attached.

Vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy”—back-side view

The back left side of a white with black puppy figurine in a lying pose.

Vintage 1956 Hagen-Renaker figurine called “Lying Puppy”—back-side view

Three circus dog figurines and two of them are in a begging pose.

Pictured are the vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker circus dogs next to the re-issued “Puppy Begging.” They were all designed by artist Tom Masterson. The circus dogs were also sold with different color hats and pedestals.

The first dog pictured on the left is “V-Circus Dog.” It is item number 268 and was first added to the HR line in the fall of 1955 and retired in the fall of 1956. It measures 1 1/2 inch from the ground to the tip of the ear, 1 1/2 inch long from the back of the tail to the front paws, and 1 inch wide across the front of the ruffled circus collar.

The dog in the middle is “V-Circus Dog Begging.” It is item number 270-1 and was first added to the HR line in the fall of 1955 and retired in the fall of 1956. It measures 1 5/8 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 3/4 inch long from the front paw to the tip of the tail and 3/4 inch wide across the front of the ruffled circus collar.

The dog on the right is “Puppy Begging,” a re-issue of “V-Circus Dog Begging” without the ruffled circus collar. It is item number 270 and was first put on the HR line in the spring of 2009.

The right side of three circus dog figurines. Two of the figurines are wearing neck ruffles.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker circus dogs next to the re-issued “Puppy Begging”

The left side of three figurines of circus dogs. The right most figurines have short tails and the forward most figurine has a medium length tail.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker circus dogs next to the re-issued “Puppy Begging”

The back of three circus dog figurines.

Vintage 1950s Hagen-Renaker circus dogs next to the re-issued “Puppy Begging”

A figurine of a brown with white dog that is laying on its back.

This is the vintage Hagen-Renaker “Good Puppy.” It is of a dark brown and white mixed breed dog laughing on its back. It also came in light brown and white. It is item number 3068 and measures 3/8 inch from the ground to the top of the highest paw, 1 1/8 inch from the top of the head to the tip of the tail and 1 inch wide across the front from back paw to back paw. Made in the USA

A brown with white dog figurine that is laying on its back also has its mouth painted open.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Good Puppy”

The right side of a brown with white dog figurine that is laying on its back. The eyes of the figurine are painted closed.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Good Puppy”

A brown with white mixed breed dog figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage Hagen-Renaker ”Good Puppy”

An orange and white puppy figurine that has big sad eyes.

This is a vintage Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy.” It is item number 3069 and is still attached to its HR card dated 1986. It is of a little orange and white pup who frankly looks scared to death. Seems someone is over-correcting this poor little pup. ;-) It measures 3/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the back leg to the end of the ear and 1/2 inch wide across the back from hip to hip. Made in the USA

A figurine of an orange and white puppy. The figurines is placed on top of a 'Hagen-Renaker, inc.

Vintage 1986 Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy”—full card view

The back right side of an orange and white puppy figurine. The figurine has its tail in between its legs.

Vintage 1986 Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy”—back-side view

The right side of a figurine of an orange and white puppy figurine.

Vintage 1986 Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy”—front-side view

The back left side of an orange and white puppy figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage 1986 Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy”—back-side view

The left side of a figurine of an orange and white puppy figurine. The ears of the figurine are hard to differentiate from the body.

Vintage 1986 Hagen-Renaker miniature mixed breed dog named “Bad Puppy”—side view

A figurine of a brown with white puppy scratching its neck.

This is a retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes open and its pink tongue sticking out. This little thing is as cute as a button. It is item number 2083 and was designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It was first put on the HR line in the fall of 1990 and retired in the spring of 2003. It is just under an inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 inch long from the front paw to the back of the tail and 3/4 inch wide from front paw to front paw. It was made in the USA.

The front left side of a figurine of a brown with white puppy. The puppy has its mouth painted open.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes closed—front-side view

The right side of a figurine of a brown and white puppy that is scratching its neck. The figurine is glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes closed—side view

The front left side of a brown and white puppy figurine that is scratching its neck. The figurines ears are hard to differentiate from its body.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes closed—front view

The back of a brown and white figurine of a puppy scratching its neck. The figurine has a short curled taill.

Retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes closed—back view

The left side of a brown and white figurine of a puppy scratching its neck. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Puppy Scratching” with its eyes open.

A tan with white figurine of a dog. The figurine has long legs.

Pictured is the vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton. The mold used to make this dog was also the same mold that was used to make Disney's Tramp from Lady and the Tramp. When the license expired between the Hagen-Renaker company and Disney, HR continued to produce some of the same models, but with less detail. This is the non-Disney version. The Disney version came in two variations; one with a very detailed face with a painted black mouth and detailed eyes with dots of white and in a tan dog with a lighter tan chest. The non-Disney versions came in a variety of other colors.

The front left side of a tan with white dog figurine. The figurine has big black eyes.

Vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton—front-side view

The front right side of a figurine of a tan with white dog. The figurine looks like 'Tramp' from 
   Disneys The Lady and The Trump'.

Vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton—front-side view

The right side of a tan with white figurine of a dog. The figurine has a medium length body.

Vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton—side view

The back left side of a figurine of a dog that is tan with white. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton—back-side view

A brown with black figurine of a dog that looks like 'Tramp' from 
   Disneys The Lady and The Trump'.

Pictured is the brown version of the vintage 1960s miniature Hagen-Renaker terrier by artist Don Winton.

A white with brown Curbstone Setter figurine in a lying down pose.

This is the retired miniature Hagen-Renaker “Curbstone Setter Mama” designed by artist Nells Bortells. It is item number 2063 and is still attached to the original HR card. The card reads $3.00, (C)1986, Hagen-Renaker, Inc, Made in San Dimas, CA, - U.S.A., (to remove soak in water). It measures 1 1/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 2 inches long from the base of the tail to the side of the ear and 1 1/2 inches wide from paw to back.

The front right side of a Curbstone Setter figurine in a lying down pose. The figurine is looking up.

Retired 1986 miniature Hagen-Renaker “Curbstone Setter Mama” designed by artist Nells Bortells—side view

The back of a figurine of a white with brown Curbstone Setter figurine in a lying down pose. The ears of the figurine are attached to the body of the figurine.

Retired 1986 miniature Hagen-Renaker “Curbstone Setter Mama” designed by artist Nells Bortells—back view

The right side of a white with brown figurine of a Curbstone Setter in a lying pose. The tail of the figurine is arched upwards.

Retired 1986 miniature Hagen-Renaker “Curbstone Setter Mama” designed by artist Nells Bortells—side view

A figurine of a white with brown Curbstone Setter in a lying pose. The figurine is laying on top of a card and its head is in the air.

Retired 1986 miniature Hagen-Renaker “Curbstone Setter Mama” designed by artist Nells Bortells—front view

A figurine of a white and brown Mini Curbstone Setter puppy that is in a begging pose.

Shown is the retired Hagen-Renaker 1986 “Mini Curbstone Setter Puppy” miniature ceramic figurine. This is item number 2064 and was designed by artist Nells Bortells. It is still attached to the original card. On the top left side of the card is the old price of $2.00. Below the figurine it reads (C) 1986, Hagen-Renaker, INC. Made in San Dimas, CA - USA., (To remove - soak in water.). This figurine is named 'setter' however I can't successfully match it to a purebred setter. It looks cartoonish with its oversized ears and big round nose. The coloring is brown/tan and white. It is not as reddish looking as it appears in these pictures. It is hand-painted and glazed, very unique! It was made in the USA.

The left side of a white and brown Miniature Curbstone Setter puppy figurine that is in a begging pose.

Retired Hagen-Renaker 1986 “Mini Curbstone Setter Puppy” miniature ceramic figurine—side view

The right side of a white and brown figurine of a Miniature Curbstone Setter puppy figurine in a begging pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Retired Hagen-Renaker 1986 “Mini Curbstone Setter Puppy” miniature ceramic figurine—side view

The back of a figurine of a white and brown Mini Curbstone Setter puppy that is in a begging pose. The figurine has a short arched up white tail.

Retired Hagen-Renaker 1986 “Mini Curbstone Setter Puppy” miniature ceramic figurine—back view

A brown Terrier puppy figurine in a sitting pose. The figurines ears are lifted up and its head is tilted to the left.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature “Terrier Puppy” by artist Don Winton. It is a retired very hard to find (VHTF) figurine. It is item number 94 and was first added to the HR line in 1971 and retired in 1973. This mold was also used to make the Disney character Scamp but it is the non-Disney version the company sold as a terrier pup. It is of a brown little terrier mix puppy in a sitting pose with a smile on its face. It measures 1 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 5/8 inch long from the front paw to the back of the tail and 5/8 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The front left side of a figurine of a brown Terrier puppy in a sitting pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes and a nose.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker miniature “Terrier Puppy” by artist Don Winton— front view

The left side of a brown Terrier puppy figurine. The figurine has its mouth open.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker miniature “Terrier Puppy” by artist Don Winton— side view

The back of a brown figurine of a Terrier puppy figurine. The figurine has a short tail.

Retired 1970s Hagen-Renaker miniature “Terrier Puppy” by artist Don Winton—back view

The right side of a brown with white mini puppy sitting figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature “Puppy Sitting.” It is item number 499 and was first added to the HR line in the spring of 2009. The item number is a bit confusing because it is the same item number as a dog that was also called “Puppy Sitting” that was produced from 1961 to 1962, but is clearly not the same mold. This figurine measures 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/8 inch long from the front legs to the tip of the tail and 7/8 inch wide across the bottom from hip to hip. Made in the USA

The front right side of a miniature puppy sitting figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Puppy Sitting”—front-side view

The left side of a figurine of a brown with white miniature puppy sitting figurine. The figurine has long ears.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Puppy Sitting”—front-side view

The left side of a brown with white figurine of a miniature puppy sitting. The figurine has a short tail.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Puppy Sitting”—side view

The right side of a brown with white miniature figurine of a puppy sitting.

Hagen-Renaker miniature “Puppy Sitting”—back-side view

The left side of a figurine of a mixed breed dog.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin.” It was designed by artist Maureen Love and was named after her own old dog named Brin. It is a brown dog with a black curl tail. It is item number 3374 and was first added to the HR line in 1995 and retired in the spring of 2005. It measures 2 1/4 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 1/2 inches from the tip of the nose to the back leg and 1 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA

A figurine of a mixed breed dog. The figurine is looking to the right.

Retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin”—front view

The left side of a mixed breed dog figurine. The figurines tail is curled up onto its back.

Retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin”—side view

The right side of a figurine of a mixed breed dog figurine. The figurine is very glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin”—side view

The back left side of a mixed breed dog figurine. The figurine has long legs.

Retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin”—back-side view

The back right side of a figurine of a mixed breed dog figurine. The figurine has its ears perked up.

Retired Hagen-Renaker mixed breed dog named “Brin”—back-side view

A figurine of a white with black sitting puppy.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker  “Sitting Pup.” It is item number 4045 and was first added to the HR line in the spring of 2008 and retired in the fall of 2009. It is of a white and black dog in a sitting pose. The first version had black patches over both eyes. It was later painted with a black patch over one eye. It measures 1 3/4 inch from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the front feet to the tip of the tail and 1 1/4 inch wide from hip to hip. Made in the USA

The left side of a figurine of a white with black sitting puppy. The puppy has balck circles for eyes.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sitting Pup”—side view

The right side of a white with black sitting puppy figurine. The figurine has a black ears.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sitting Pup”—side view

The back of a figurine of a white with black sitting puppy figurine. The figurine has a short black tail.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sitting Pup”—back view

A black dog with grey highlights figurine is in a sleeping pose.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker “Sleeping Dog.” It is of a large breed black dog with gray highlights that give it the look of real fur. The eyes are open and the ears are spread on each side of the head. The legs are lanky. It is item number 4019 and was added to the HR line in the fall of 2006 and retired in the fall of 2009. Made in the USA

A figurine of a black dog with grey highlights that is in a sleeping pose. The figurine has a long tail.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sleeping Dog”

The left side of a black dog with grey highlights that is in a sleeping pose figurine. The figurine has long legs.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sleeping Dog”

The back of a black dog with grey highlights figurine that is in a sleeping pose. The figurine is glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Sleeping Dog”

The right side of a brown playful dog figurine. The figurine has an open mouth.

This is the retired Hagen-Renaker “Playful Dog.” It is of a large breed brown dog in a low to the ground pose that is about to pounce on something any minute. It has a smile on its face with its red tongue sticking out. It looks like a Labrador mixed with some type of hound. It is item number 4018 and was retired in the fall of 2009. Made in the USA

The front right side of a figurine of a brown playful dog. The figurine has long legs.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Playful Dog”

The left side of a brown figurine of a playful dog. The figurine is very glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Playful Dog”

The back left side of a figurine of a brown playful dog. The figurine has a long tail.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Playful Dog”

The back right side of a brown playful dog figurine. The figurines ears are hard to differentiate from its head.

Retired Hagen-Renaker “Playful Dog”

The left side of a white with black dog figurine. The tail of the figurine is arched in the air.

This is the Hagen-Renaker “Happy Hound” dog. It is item number 4048 and was designed by artist Robert McGuinness. It is of a black and white hound type dog with its tail up in a standing pose. It measures 2 1/4 inches from the ground to the top of the head, 2 3/4 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back leg and about 1 1/4 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA

The front left side of a figurine of a white with black dog. The figurine has its mouth open and it looks like it is smiling.

Hagen-Renaker “Happy Hound” dog—front-side view

The right side of a figurine of dog standing. The figurine has a long curled up tail.

Hagen-Renaker “Happy Hound” dog—side view

The back right side of a white with black dog figurine. The figurine has black ears.

Hagen-Renaker “Happy Hound” dog—back-side view

The back left side of a figurine of a white with black. The figurine has long legs.

Hagen-Renaker “Happy Hound” dog—back-side view

A brown and white mixed breed puppy figurine in a sitting pose.

This is a vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s. This hand painted pup is in a sitting pose and is about 3 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/2 inches long from the back of the blue bow to the tip of the snoot and 1 1/2 inch wide across the front of the head. On the bottom is a red stamp that reads Japan.

The front right side of a brown and white mixed breed puppy figurine in a sitting pose. The figurine has cartoon-y features.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

The right side of a figurine of a brown and white mixed breed puppy. The puppy has a blue bow attached to its tail.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

The back right side of a brown and white figurine of a mixed breed puppy. The figurine is very glossy.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

The back left side of a figurine of a brown and white mixed breed puppy. The ears of the figurine are attached to its head.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

The left side of a brown and white mixed breed puppy figurine. The figurine has dots around its muzzle.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

A figurine of a brown and white mixed breed puppy figurine. The figurines eyes are slightly off.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s

Close up - On the underside of a figurine of a mixed breed dog is a red 'JAPAN' stamp.

Vintage mixed breed dog with a little blue bow in its tail from the 1950s—image showing the red Japan stamp

A brown, black and white dog figurine that is in a sitting pose.

This vintage bone china mixed breed puppy is a brown, black and white dog with a curious expression on its face. The head is cocked as if it is trying to figure something out. On the bottom there is a blue stamp that reads Made in Japan. It stands 2 3/4 tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 2 inches long from the front paw to the back of the tail and 1 1/2 inch wide across the front.

The front left side of a figurine of a brown, black and white dog that is sitting. The figurine has detailed black circles for eyes.

Vintage bone china mixed breed puppy

The front right side of a brown, black and white dog sitting figurine. The figurines ears are attached to the

Vintage bone china mixed breed puppy

The back side of a figurine of a brown, black and white dog sitting. The figurine has a small tail.

Vintage bone china mixed breed puppy

Close up - The underside of a figurine of a dog sitting. The words 'Made In Japan' are stamped on the bottom of the figurine.

Vintage bone china mixed breed puppy—image showing the Made in Japan stamp

A white with black bone china mixed breed dog figurine that is in a sitting pose.

This is a vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. On its snoot is a bumble bee, on its back are red spades. The ears spread outward and are tipped with black and the eyes are large and wide. On the bottom there is a stamp that reads Made in Occupied Japan. It stands 2 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 inches long from the snoot to the back of the tail and 2 1/2 inches wide from ear to ear across the front.

The left side of a bone china white with black mixed breed dog figurine that is in a sitting pose. The bottoms of the figurines ears are black.

Vintage occupied Japan bone china mixed breed dog

The back right side of a white with black figurine that is in a sitting position. The figurine has four red spades on its back.

Vintage occupied Japan bone china mixed breed dog—image showing the red spades on its back

The right side of a white with black figurine of a sitting mixed breed dog. The figurine has a shirt tail.

Vintage occupied Japan bone china mixed breed dog—image showing the red spades on its back and the bumble bee on the snoot

The front right side of a white with black sitting mixed breed dog figurine. The figurine has a bumblebee on its snout.

Vintage occupied Japan bone china mixed breed dog—image showing the bumble bee on the snoot

Close up - A stamp on the underside of a mixed breed dog figurine that reads 'Made in Occupied Japan'.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog—image showing Made in Occupied Japan stamped in red

A bone china white with black Peek-A-Poo figurine that is in a begging pose. The figurine looks like a grumpy old man.

This mixed breed dog looks like a grumpy old man. If I had to take a guess at what mix of dogs it looks like I would say a Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix). This bone china figurine is white with black and brown markings and is in a begging pose. It is 2 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/2 inch long from the bottom feet to the back of the tail and 1 1/2 inch wide across the front from the side of the tail to the hip.

The front right side of a bone china figurine of a white with black Peek-A-Poo in a begging pose. The figurine has black ears.

Vintage bone china Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix) dog

The left side of a bone china white with black Peek-A-Poo in a begging pose figurine. The figurine is wrinkled and glossy.

Vintage bone china Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix) dog

The front left side of a bone china figurine of a white with black Peek-A-Poo in a begging pose. The figurines paws are black.

Vintage bone china Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix) dog

The right side of a figurine of a bone china white with black Peek-A-Poo in a begging pose. The figurine has a long tail that runs along the side of its leg.

Vintage bone china Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix) dog

The back of a bone china white with black Peek-A-Poo in a begging pose figurine. The figurine has fine hair details.

Vintage bone china Peek-a-poo (Pekingese / Poodle mix) dog

A bone china brown, white and black mixed breed dog in a sitting pose figurine.

This is a vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. This dog looks like a Labrador Retriever / Jack Russell Terrier mix. It has a docked tail like the Jack Russell but is large with big ears like the Lab. It is about 4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 1/4 inches long from the front legs to the back of the tail and 1 3/4 inches wide across the front from paw to paw. It is white with brown and black markings. On the bottom it is stamped Made in Japan.

The front right side of a figurine of a bone china brown, white and black mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose

The right side of a bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. The figurine has a spot on its side.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose

The front left side of a bone china brown, white and black figurine of a mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. The figurine has long limbs.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose

The back right side of a bone china figurine of a mixed breed dog in a sitting pose. The figurine has a brown ear and a black ear.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose

Close up - The underside of a bone china mixed breed dog figurine that has a stamp that reads 'Made In Japan'.

Vintage bone china mixed breed dog in a sitting pose—image showing the Made in Japan stamp

A white with brown bone china puppy figurine that is in a lying down pose. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is an adorable little vintage bone china puppy in a lying down pose. This little hand painted girl is white with brown markings. She is 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 3/4 inch long from the front paw to the tip of the tail and 1 inch wide from front paw to front paw. She is translucent when you hold her up to the light and look into her air hole. On the bottom is a gold sticker that reads Made in China.

The front left side of a white with brown bone china puppy figurine that is in a lying down pose. The figurine has short legs.

Adorable little vintage bone china puppy in a lying down pose

The back of a figurine of a white with brown bone china puppy figurine that is in a lying down pose. The figurine has a short brown tail.

Adorable little vintage bone china puppy in a lying down pose

The right side of a white with brown bone china puppy in a lying down pose figurine. The figurine has brown ears.

Adorable little vintage bone china puppy in a lying down pose

Close up - The underside of a bone chine puppy lying down figurine and there is a gold sticker that reads 'Made In China'.

Adorable little vintage bone china puppy in a lying down pose—image showing the gold Made in China sticker

A brown with black mixed dog figurine in a sitting position.

This is a strange little vintage figurine. It almost looks like half rabbit / half dog or half human / half dog. For all I know it is a rabbit! It is brown with very long floppy ears and a stub tail. It is odd, but cute. It is 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/4 inch long from the front of the face to the back of the tail and 1 inch wide across the front. It is made out of bone china. When you hold it up to the light and look through the hole it is translucent.

The front right side of a brown with black mixed dog figurine that is in a sitting position. The ears of the figurine are black.

Bone china brown and white dog/rabbit figurine

The back of a brown with black figurine of a mixed dog in a sitting position. The figurine has a short brown tail.

Bone china brown and white dog/rabbit figurine

The left side of a figurine of a brown with black mixed dog in a sitting position. The figurine is very glossy.

Bone china brown and white dog/rabbit figurine