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Collectable Vintage Doberman Pinscher Dogs

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

The left side of a black and tan porcelain Doberman Pinscher figurine that is in a play bow pose. The figurine has a short tail.

Vintage porcelain Doberman Pinscher dog Goebel figurine made in West Germany—this is a Dob puppy with a docked tail and cropped ears in a play bow pose. It has the original Goebel sticker still on the bottom that is missing the bee, but has the words W. Germany below the word Goebel. This means it was made somewhere between 1979 and 1990. There is an engraved number on the inside of the back left leg that reads 30777. This little girl is 3 1/4 inches tall, 5 1/2 inches long and about 2 inches wide. She's in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks, repairs or crazing.

Other Dog Breed Names

Dobermann Pinscher

Dobe

Warlock Doberman

Close up - The underside of a Doberman Pinscher figurine. On the underside there the sticker of Goebel W.Germany and across its back right leg is the numbers - 30777.

Vintage porcelain Doberman Pinscher dog Goebel figurine made in West Germany—image showing the original Goebel sticker still on the bottom that is missing the bee, but has the words W. Germany below the word Goebel. This means it was made somewhere between 1979 and 1990. There is an engraved number on the inside of the back left leg that reads 30777.

The front left side of a Doberman Pinscher puppy figurine. The figurine has short legs and small paws.

Pictured is a miniature Doberman Pinscher puppy figurine by Goebel. This little pup is part of their smaller figurine collection. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, about 3 inches long from the tip of the nose to the back leg and 1 1/4 inch wide. On the bottom is the Goebel trademark 6 (TMK-6) logo of the name Goebel and W. Germany below it. This dates the figurine between 1979 and 1990. There is also an engraved number, however I am unable to read it.

Close up - The underside of a Doberman Pinscher puppy figurine that has the text logo of Goebel W.Germany on it.

Miniature Doberman Pinscher puppy figurine by Goebel—image showing the trademark 6 (TMK-6) logo of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. This dates the figurine between 1979 and 1990. There is also an engraved number, however I am unable to read it. The number is right above the logo. It is a very shallow engraving and is unreadable in the picture.

The left side of a black and brown Doberman Pinscher with its paw up figurine. The figurine has a very detailed face.

This is a retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Doberman Pinscher dog designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is item number A-827 and was first made in 1983 and later retired in 2003. This particular one is from the late 1990s. It is black with tan markings with a glossy finish in a sitting pose with the front right paw in the air. It is 2 1/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ears, 2 inches wide from the tip of the tail to the tip of the front lifted paw and about 1 inch wide from back paw to back paw. Made in the USA

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The front left side of a miniature black and brown Doberman Pinscher puppy with its paw up figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is a retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Doberman Pinscher puppy designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is item number 828 and was first made in 1983 and later retired in 1986. It is a black with tan markings pup with a glossy finish in a sitting pose with the front right paw in the air. It is 1 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 1 1/2 inches wide from the front lifted paw to the tip of the tail and 1 inch wide from back paw to back paw. On the bottom is a rare stamp that appears to read INC (C) H R. Hagen-Renakers are made in the USA.

The underside of a Doberman Pinscher puppy figurine. There is a hole on the bottom of the figurine.

1980s retired Hagen-Renaker miniature Doberman Pinscher puppy designed by Helen Perrin Farnlund—image showing the rare stamp on the bottom of the figurine that appears to read INC (C) H R.