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Collectable Vintage Boston Terrier Dogs

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

The front left side of a black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine has a necklace painted on.

Pictured is a vintage 1970s Boston Terrier dog by Goebel. It is of a black and white dog in a standing pose wearing a brown collar around its neck. The round eyes are brown with a black center. On the bottom of the figurine stamped in blue is the trademark 5 (TMK-5) Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below the Goebel name it reads W. Germany. This dates the figurine between 1972 and 1978. Engraved into the bottom of the front left paw is the number 63.

Other Dog Breed Names

Boston Bull

Boston Bull Terrier

The front left side of a black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine has weak face details.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—front-side view

A black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine lacks paw details.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—front-side view

The left side of a black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—side view

The right side of a black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine has a short tail.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a black and white vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine has detailed back legs.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a black and white Vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a vintage 1970s TMK 5 Boston Terrier figurine. The figurine has the Goebel W. Germany stamp on its underside.

Vintage 1970s TMK-5 Boston Terrier dog by Goebel—image showing the trademark 5 Goebel logo of the bee inside the V above the 'bel' in the name Goebel. Below the Goebel name it reads W. Germany.

A line-up of different black and white miniature Boston Terrier figurines. The figurines have a range from puppy to fully grown.

This is a line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines made by Hagen-Renaker. The dogs with the painted black mouths are Monrovia dogs, meaning they were made when the company had their plant in Monrovia, California. The Monrovia plant opened in 1946 and closed down in the 1960s.

The puppy crouching to the far left was designed by artist Maureen Love. It is item number A-1760 and was first added to the HR line in the fall of 1994. It measures 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the rump, 1 1/4 inch long from the front paw to the back leg and 3/4 inch wide across the back from paw to paw.

The puppy in the sitting pose is called “Boston Terrier Puppy Seated.” It was designed by artist Tom Masterson. It is item number A-224 and was first added to the HR line in the spring of 1954 and was retired in the spring of 1986. It came with a painted mouth and an unpainted mouth. The painted mouth dogs are from the 1950s and early 1960s. The eyes also varied. It measures 1 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 7/8 inch long from the tip of the tail to the front paw and 5/8 inch wide from hip to hip.

The puppy in a begging pose is called “Boston Terrier Puppy Begging.” It was designed by artist Tom Masterson. It is item number A-225. It was first added to the HR line in 1954 and retired in the spring of 1959. It was later re-issued to the line in the fall of 1971 and once again retired in the spring of 1972. The dogs pictured are older Monrovia dogs. In the spring of 1972 the mold was used to make a brown French Bulldog, which is a rare find today.

The adult dog in a standing pose is “Boston Terrier Mama.” It was designed by artist Tom Masterson. It is item number A-176 and was first added to the HR line in the spring of 1954 and was made intermittently. The dog with the painted mouth is a Monrovia from the 1950s. It measures 1 1/2 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 1 3/4 inch long from the front of the snoot to the back legs and 1/2 inch wide across the chest. In the spring of 1972 the mold was used to make a brown French Bulldog, which is a rare find today.

Top down view of a line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines. The dogs are black and white with pointy perk ears and round heads.

Line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines made by Hagen-Renaker

The right side of a line-up of different tiny, little miniature Boston Terrier figurines.

Line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines made by Hagen-Renaker

The left side of a line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines.

Line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines made by Hagen-Renaker

The back side of a line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines.

Line-up of different miniature Boston Terrier figurines made by Hagen-Renaker