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

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog. From the 1979 to 1990 (TMK 6) time period.

Vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer dog—this is a very handsome Schnauzer in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. Judging by the stamp and Goebel symbol on the bottom this figurine dates between the 1979 to 1990 time period (TMK-6). He stands 5 inches tall, 4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. There is a 37 engraved into the bottom of the front left paw and the numbers 30 110 engraved into the back right paw.

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog. From the 1979 to 1990 (TMK 6) time period. Side view.

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog from the 1979 to 1990 (TMK-6) time period—side view

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog. From the 1979 to 1990 (TMK 6) time period. Side view.

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog from the 1979 to 1990 (TMK-6) time period—side view

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog. From the 1979 to 1990 (TMK 6) time period. Back view.

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog from the 1979 to 1990 (TMK-6) time period—back view

Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog. From the 1979 to 1990 (TMK 6) time period. Image showing the bottom Goebel stamp.

Image showing the bottom Goebel stamp—Vintage West Germany 30 110 Goebel Schnauzer dog from the 1979 to 1990 (trademark 6 - TMK-6) time period. It is what some collectors call the “missing bee” logo. It is the years Goebel stopped using the bee symbol on their figurines. Starting in 2000 the logo once again included a bee.

 

Pictured is a large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—This figurine is part of the over-sized collection with the trademark 6 (TMK-6) mark. The TMK-6 trademark was used between 1979 to 1990. It is of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. It is nicknamed the "missing bee" among collectors. These very large figurines were only made for a short time before the company discontinued them. Incised into the inside of the back left leg is the number 3003620. This is a thick piece standing 7 1/2 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 9 inches long from the front snoot to the back of the paw and 5 1/2 inches wide across the bottom from paw to paw. The head is 4 inches long from the chin to the tip of the ear and 3 inches wide from ear to ear. The paws are relatively large, each measuring 1 1/2 inches wide.

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—front-side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—front-side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—back-side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—back-side view

Large vintage West Germany Goebel Schnauzer puppy—image showing the TMK-6 trademark that was used between 1979 to 1990. It is of the name Goebel with W. Germany below it. It is nicknamed the "missing bee" among collectors. Incised into the inside of the back left leg is the number 3003620.

 

Pictured is a vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. There is also a number engraving that reads 23. It is in great condition with no crazing. It is of a Schnauzer type dog in a sitting pose with one ear up and one ear flopped over. It measures 6 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 5 inches from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail, and 3 inches wide across the face from ear to ear. Made in Germany

Vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

Vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

Vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

Vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

Vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine—image showing the crown mark stamped in green with WG overlapping one another below it, which are the initials of William Goebel. Below the stamped mark is a number that reads 23. Below the number is an incised crown mark of the same symbol. The incised symbol is hard to see in this picture. When a Goebel figurine has two crown marks it is called a double crown mark.

 

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Pictured is a vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose. It has a green Goebel TMK-1 crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. There is also a black W next to the crown mark. It is in great condition with no crazing. It is of a Schnauzer type dog in a standing pose with its ears flying off to the side and its tail up in the air. It measures 4 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 7 inches long from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail, and 2 1/2 inches wide across the front chest. Made in Germany

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—side view

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—front-side view

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—front-side view

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—back-side view

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—back-side view

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose

Goebel TMK-1 Schnauzer dog figurine in a standing pose—image showing the green Goebel TMK-1 crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. There is also a black W next to the crown mark.

 

Pictured is a vintage Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark dating it between 1935 and 1949. It is of a bright orange Schnauzer type dog in a sitting pose with one ear up and one ear flopped over. It is almost the same as the gray dog shown above, but painted in a bright orange color. The orange paint does not appear to be fired onto the figurine like the gray dog. There are some spots where the paint has chipped off, whereas the gray dog is in perfect condition. I have a few bright orange Goebel dogs and they are all in the same condition. The crown mark is the Goebel trademark 1 logo. It is a symbol of a crown with WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The word double means that the crown mark appears twice on one piece. This dog has both a mark stamped in green and an incised mark. There is also a number engraving that reads CH 282 / 0 and another number that reads 51. It measures 6 1/4 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 5 inches from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail, and 3 1/2 inches wide across the face from ear to ear. Made in Germany

Vintage bright orange Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

Vintage bright orange Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—front view

Vintage bright orange Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—side view

Vintage bright orange Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—back-side view

Vintage bright orange Goebel Schnauzer dog figurine with the double crown mark—image showing the crown mark stamped in green with WG overlapping one another below it, which are the initials of William Goebel. Below the stamped mark is a number that reads CH 282 / 0 and another number that reads 51. Below the number is an incised crown mark of the same symbol. When a Goebel figurine has two crown marks it is called a double crown mark.

 

Pictured is a vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose by Goebel. It is a parti black and white dog with orange and black eyes, a pink tongue and a fly on its black nose. On the bottom of the figurine stamped in blue is the Goebel trademark 2 logo of the full bee inside the V, dating it between 1950 and 1956. There is also a black stamp that reads Germany and a number engraving above that reads 53. There is also a larger engraving that reads CH 60. It measures 2 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 5/8 long from the front of the snoot to the back of the tail and 2 inches wide across the front of the face from the tip of the ear to the side of the snoot.

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—front view

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—front-side view

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—side view

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—back view

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—back-side view

Vintage 1950s Schnauzer dog in a sitting pose with a fly on its nose by Goebel—image showing the Goebel trademark 2 logo stamped in blue of the full bee inside the V, dating it between 1950 and 1956. There is also a black stamp that reads Germany and a number engraving above that reads 53. There is also a larger engraving that reads CH 60.

 

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Pictured is a vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer and its puppy. The dogs are black and white parti color. The adult dog is wearing a red leather collar that has a chain attaching it to the puppy. The dog's eyes and nose are black. The adult has a pink tongue. Their ears stand erect and their tails are not docked. On the bottom of the adult dog is the Goebel trademark 4 (TMK-4) Goebel logo of the small bee inside the V. Under that it reads W. Germany. The logo dates the figurine between 1962 and 1971. The adult dog measures 2 1/2 inches from the ground to the tip of the ear, 3 1/4 inches long from the tip of the tail to the nose and 1 1/4 inch wide across the back from hip to hip. The puppy measures 1 1/8 inches tall from the ground to the tip of the year, 2 1/4 inches long from the tip of the tail to the nose and 5/8 inch wide from hip to hip. They were made in West Germany.

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

Vintage Goebel figurine set of an adult Miniature Schnauzer chained to its puppy

 

Pictured is a vintage double hourglass egg timer by Goebel. It is of two bright orange Miniature Schnauzer dogs standing on their hind legs. The dogs are holding onto the end of a wire that holds the hourglass, which is full of bright pink sand. The timer is resting on top of a black base. It takes five minutes for the sand to run through the hourglass. On the bottom of the egg timer is the Goebel trademark 1 (TMK-1) crown mark. Under the crown are the letters WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The mark dates the timer between 1935 and 1949. There is also an engraving on the bottom that reads E 839.

Vintage Miniature Schnauzer double hourglass egg timer by Goebel

Vintage Miniature Schnauzer double hourglass egg timer by Goebel

Vintage Miniature Schnauzer double hourglass egg timer by Goebel

Vintage Miniature Schnauzer double hourglass egg timer by Goebel—image showing the Goebel trademark 1 (TMK-1) crown mark. Under the crown are the letters WG overlapping one another, which are the initials of William Goebel. The mark dates the timer between 1935 and 1949. There is also an engraving on the bottom that reads E 839.

 

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love

Pictured are three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love. It comes in more shades of gray than pictured here. It is item number 898 and was first added to the HR line in the fall of 1987. It measures 1 7/8 inch tall from the ground to the tip of the ear, 2 1/4 inch long from the back leg to the end of the snoot and 1 1/8 inch wide across the back from paw to paw. Made in the USA

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love—front-side view

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love—side view

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love

Three color variations of the Hagen-Renaker Miniature Schnauzer dog designed by artist Maureen Love—back-side view

 

This is a vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine with beautiful details done in a matte finish. Stands 5 inches tall and is 6 inches long. This Schnauzer has a very intent, wise look on his face. Great condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. Still has the original Lefton sticker and is stamped with the lot number H7328. It was made in Japan.

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine. Side view.

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine—side view

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine. Front view.

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine—front view

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine showing the original Lefton sticker and the lot number H7328.

Vintage Lefton Giant Schnauzer bone china figurine showing the original Lefton sticker and the lot number H7328

 

Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine, made between 1945 and 1952.

Shown is an occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine. This little dog is hand painted and is in very good condition. After World War II between 1945 and 1952, items imported from Japan to the United States had to be marked in a fashion indicating they came from Japan. During that time there were four different ways items were being marked; they were 'Japan,' 'Made in Japan,' 'Occupied Japan,' and 'Made in Occupied Japan'. However, only the marks 'Occupied Japan' and 'Made in Occupied Japan' are clear indications that the piece was made during that timeframe and most hobbyists look for the latter two marks when collecting.

  Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine, made between 1945 and 1952. Side view.

Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine made between 1945 and 1952—side view

  Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine, made between 1945 and 1952. Front view.

Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine made between 1945 and 1952—front view

  Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine, made between 1945 and 1952. Back view.

Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine made between 1945 and 1952—back view

  Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine, made between 1945 and 1952. Image showing "Made in Occupied Japan" stamp.

Occupied Japan vintage Standard Schnauzer porcelain figurine made between 1945 and 1952—image showing Made in Occupied Japan stamp

 

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer—this little guy is very detailed, just adorable. Translucent when held up to the light. It is 1 7/8 inch tall, 2 1/2 inches long and 1 inch wide. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs.

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer—side view

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer—front view

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer—back view

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer

Tiny vintage Crown Fine Bone China Miniature Schnauzer—bottom view

 

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine—this little Schnauzer is lightweight and has a ring to the touch. It stands 2 inches high and 3 inches long. It has Japan stamped on the bottom and another Japan engraved into the side. It was purchased used at a flea market somewhere between the 1980s and 1990s.

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Back side view.

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine—back-side view

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Front view.

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine—front view

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Back view.

Vintage porcelain Miniature Schnauzer figurine—back view

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer.

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer—this little black and white dog is in a sitting pose. It's 3 1/2 inches tall, 2 3/4 inches long from paw to tail and 1 1/2 inch wide from the nose to the back of the head. It is hand painted with a glossy finish.

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer. Side view.

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer—side view

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer. Back view.

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer—back view

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer. Side view.

Vintage ceramic parti-color Miniature Schnauzer—side view

 

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose.

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose—this pup is white with brown and black markings. She is translucent when held up to the light and is in great vintage condition. On the bottom is a stamp that reads Japan. This figurine is 4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the ear, 3 inches long from the back of the tail to the front begging paws and 1 3/4 inch wide across the front of the hips.

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose.

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose.

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose.

Vintage bone china parti-color Miniature Schnauzer in a begging pose

 

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan.

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan—the figurine is in a sitting pose and is 2 inches tall, 1 1/4 inches long and 3/4 inch wide. It has the word 'Japan' engraved into the lower back side.

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan. Front view.

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan—front view

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan. Back view.

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan—back view

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan. Image shows the word "Japan" engraved into the lower back side.

Vintage bone china bi-color Schnauzer dog from Japan—image shows the word Japan engraved into the lower back side

 

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog.

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—this pup is in a play bow pose with its tongue hanging out. The tail is undocked and the ears are cropped giving it perky ears. It's translucent when held up to the light. On the bottom is a red stamp that says Japan.

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—front-side view

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—front-side view

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog. Side view.

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—side view

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—back-side view

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog. Back view.

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—back view

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog.

Vintage bone china parti-colored Schnauzer dog—image showing Japan stamped in red on the bottom

 

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies.

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies—the piece is blue and white in color. The dogs have natural uncropped ears. It stands 2 3/8 inches high, 3 1/4 inch long and about 1 inch wide. It has a nice glossy finish to it.

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies. Back side view.

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies—back-side view

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies. Front view.

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies—front view

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies. Back view.

Vintage bone china momma Miniature Schnauzer dog with a basket of her puppies—back view

 

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose—this dog is white with blue markings standing 2 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 3 inches long from the tip of the snoot to the back leg and 1 inch wide.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose.

Vintage bone china Miniature Schnauzer dog in a standing pose

 

This is an odd looking Miniature Schnauzer figurine. It's made out of what appears to be some type of clay; reminds me of play dough almost. Perhaps some type of ceramic? If you touch your tongue to it you can taste salt (not recommended). Therefore I am going with some type of play dough mixture. Yet it feels hard like ceramic. It is unfinished with no glaze. The only paint I see is a dot of black on the eyes. I bought it at a flea market in the 1990s. It was used at the time so the age of it is unknown. It is unmarked so the maker is also unknown. Whatever it is, it's majestic looking and very unique. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall, 1 inch long and 1 1/2 inches wide.

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer. Front view.

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer—front view

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer. Back view.

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer—back view

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer. Side view.

Majestic looking Miniature Schnauzer—side view

 

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine.

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine—it is black, gray and white with a glossy finish. It stands 2 3/4 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches long and 2 inches wide.

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Side view.

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine—side view

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Back view.

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine—back view

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine. Side view.

Vintage ceramic Miniature Schnauzer figurine—side view

 

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat. Side view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat—nice condition with no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. Translucent when held up to the light. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches long and 1 1/2 inch wide.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat. Side view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat—side view

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat. Front view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat—front view

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat. Back view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti coat—back view

 

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti- color coat—the tail is not only left natural but the hair has not been shaved short. It has the word Japan engraved into the side

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat—image showing the word Japan engraved into the side

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat. Front view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat—front view

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat. Back view.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer figurine with natural ears, an undocked tail and a parti-color coat—back view

 

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold—the paint is wearing off in a lot of spots and it is white underneath. It stands 1 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 1/2 inches long from the back leg to the tip of the snoot and about 1/4 inch wide.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold.

Vintage bone china Schnauzer painted in gold