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Collectable Vintage Foxes

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

The left side of a red fox figurine that is in a stalking pose. The figurine has black nails at the tips of its paws, a long tail that it is carrying low, a long pointy snout and perk ears.

Pictured is a vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—the fox is in a standing pose and looks to be out on a hunt. Its eyes and nose are black. The tips of the paws are white and black and the tail and underbelly are white. On the bottom of the figurine is the Goebel 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. The logo dates the figurine between 1972 and 1978. There is also an engraving in the porcelain that I believe reads CE303.

The front left side of a red Fox figurine in a stalking pose. The figurine has black eyes and a black nose and perk ears that stick up to a point.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—front-side view

The front right side of a red fox figurine in a stalking pose. The ears of the figurine are standing up in the air.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—front-side view

The right side of a red fox figurine in a stalking pose. The figurine has a long body and short legs.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—side view

The back right side of a red fox figurine in a stalking pose. The figurine has a puffy long red tail, the end of the tail is white.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—back-side view

The back left side of a red fox figurine in a stalking pose. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of the fox figurine. On the underside is the stamp of Goebel W.Germany.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—image showing the Goebel 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. The logo dates the figurine between 1972 and 1978.

Close up - The underside of a fox figurine and engraved on it is the letter/numbers - CE303.

Vintage 1970s red fox figurine by Goebel—image showing the engraving in the porcelain that I believe reads CE303.

The right side of a porcelain red fox figurine sitting on a log. The figurine has black circles for eyes and a black nose.

Pictured is a vintage porcelain red fox figurine by Goebel. Stamped in blue on the bottom of the base is the Goebel trademark 6 logo of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. There is also a number engraving that reads 35511-08. The red fox has white on its chest and on the tip of its tail. The paws are tipped with black. There is black on the back-side of the ears and down the back. The nose and eyes are black. It measures 2 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 3 1/2 inches long from the base of the tail to the side of the face and 2 inches wide across the back of the base. Made in West Germany

The front right side of a porcelain figurine of a red fox sitting on a log. The figurine has black paws. Its mouth is open.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—front-side view

The front left side of a red fox porcelain figurine that is sitting on a log. The figurine has a white chest and the back of its ears are black.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—front-side view

The left side of a red fox porcelain figurine that is sitting on a log. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—side view

The back left side of a red fox porcelain figurine. The figurine has a black streak going down its back.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—back-side view

The back right side of a porcelain figurine of a red fox. The figurine has its mouth slightly open and its tail is around a log.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—back-side view

Close up - The underside of a porcelain fox figurine. The figurine has a hole in its underside to the right is a Goebel W.Germany stamp and above the hole is the engraved number - 35511-08.

Vintage porcelain TMK-6 red fox figurine by Goebel—image showing the trademark 6 logo of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. There is also a number engraving that reads 35511-08.

The left side of a red fox figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes and it has a black circle for a nose.

Pictured is a Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Fox Mama.” It was designed by Shi Yi Chen. The company first started making this model in 1988. This particular piece was purchased in the 1990s. It is 1 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 1/2 inch wide across the chest.

The front left side of a red fox figurine. The figurine has a white chest.

Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Fox Mama”

The front right side of a figurine of a red fox. The back of the figurine is glossy.

Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Fox Mama”

The right side of a red fox figurine. The figurine has a glossy finish.

Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Fox Mama”

The back right side of a figurine of a red fox. The figurine has a red tail with a white tip.

Hagen-Renaker figurine named “Fox Mama”

A figurine of a baby Fox that is seated. The figurine ahs black circles for eyes and a nose.

Pictured is the Hagen-Renaker miniature "Fox Baby Seated" designed by artist Shi Yi Chen. It is item number 2021 and has been on the HR line since 1988. It measures 15/16 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 7/8 inch long from the base of the tail to the side of the front paw and 3/4 inch wide from the front paws to the back-side. It was made in the USA.

The front left side of a baby Fox seated figurine. The Fox has a white chest and a white tipped tail.

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Fox Baby Seated" designed by artist Shi Yi Chen

The back right side figurine of a baby Fox seated. The figurine has red detailed paws.

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Fox Baby Seated" designed by artist Shi Yi Chen

The back of a figurine of a baby fox that is seated. The figurine is glossy.

Hagen-Renaker miniature "Fox Baby Seated" designed by artist Shi Yi Chen

The left side of a Baby Fox figurine that is looking up, it has black lines for eyes and a black circle for its nose.

Pictured is the Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. It is item number 157 and was first put on the HR line in the spring of 1952 and retired in 1970. This particular fox was made between 1960 and 1970 at the San Dimas factory. It is of a baby fox cub in a standing pose with its front paw in the air. It measures 15/16 inch from the ground to the tip of the ear, 7/16 inch from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 5/8 inch wide across the front of the face. It was made in San Dimas, CA, USA.

The right side of a Baby Fox figurine that is standing. Its front right paw is lifted into the air.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—side view

The front left side of a baby fox figurine. The figurine is looking up and it has black small paws.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The front right side of a Baby Fox figurine. The chest of the figurine is white.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—front-side view

The back right side of a figurine that is of a Baby Fox. The tail of the figurine is white.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

The back left side of a Baby Fox figurine. The figurine is glossy.

Retired Hagen-Renaker miniature "Baby Fox Standing" designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund—back-side view

Three different fox figurines. Two of the foxes are on there hind legs and one is on a ll four and looking up.

Pictured is the Hagen-Renaker fox family from the Monrovia days, 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. All of the figurines pictured were made between that time period and were designed by artist Helen Perrin Farnlund. The fox figurines made after that time period were made from the same mold, but were painted with less detail. They were all made in the USA.

The first fox to the left is "Fox Papa". It is item number A-179 and was first put on the HR line in the spring of 1952 and was retired in the fall of 1976. It is red-brown, white and black in color. It measures 2 3/8 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 1/2 inch long from the tip of the tail to the end of the paw and 1 inch wide across the front from back paw to back paw.

The middle fox pictured is called "Fox Mama on Hind Legs". It is item number A-160 and was first put on the HR line in 1952 and retired in 1969. It is Red-brown, white and black in color. It measures 2 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 1 1/4 inch long across the bottom front and 1 1/4 inch wide from the bottom front paw to the back of the tail.

The fox to the far right is called "Fox Baby Standing". It is item number A-157 and was first put on the HR line in the spring of 1952 and retired in 1970. It measures 1 inch from the ground to the tip of the ear, 1 1/2 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and 5/8 inch wide across the front of the face. The figurine pictured above this set of "Fox Baby Standing" is an example of the later figurines that were made at the San Dimas, CA plant. It is the same model but with less painted details.

The right side of three different Fox figurines. Each figurine has a white chest.

Hagen-Renaker fox family from the Monrovia days

The left side of a three Fox figurines. All of the figurines have have black paws.

Hagen-Renaker fox family from the Monrovia days

The back of three different Red Fox figurines. The back of all the figurines ears are black.

Hagen-Renaker fox family from the Monrovia days