Am

5010, Am

Height: 1 ¾”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: F1955-F1959, as “Am (Siamese)”

Mold Book Name: Am

Notes: This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-050, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Bull

5080, Bull

Height: 1 1/4″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates:

F1957-F1959

Mold Book Name: Bull

Notes:

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-855 Bulldog, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Peg

5079, Peg

Height: 1 1/2″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates:

F1957-F1959 (Caramel body; Pale yellow body)

Mold Book Name: Peg

Notes:

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-076 Pekingese, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Scooter

5002, Scooter

Height: 1″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates:

F1955, as “Pup #3 (Lady’s Pup)”

S1956-F1959, as “Scooter”

Mold Book Name: Scooter

Notes: Scooter was issued on a card which read Lady’s Puppy, Scooter, from the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-091 Cocker Pup, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Fluffy

5005, Fluffy

Height: 1″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates:

F1955, as “Pup #2 (Lady’s Pup)”

S1956-F1959, as “Fluffy”

Mold Book Name: Fluffy

Notes: Fluffy was issued on a card which read Lady’s Puppy, Fluffy, from the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-091 Cocker Pup, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Ruffles

5003, Ruffles

Height: 1/2″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates:

F1955, as “Pup #1 (Lady’s Pup)”

S1956-F1959, as “Ruffles”

Mold Book Name: Ruffles

Notes: Ruffles was issued on a card which read Lady’s Puppy, Ruffles, from the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-092 Cocker Pup, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Scamp

5004, Scamp

Height: 1″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: F1955-F1959

Mold Book Name: Scamp

Notes: Scamp was issued on a card which read Tramp’s Son, Scamp, from the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-094 Terrier Pup, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Trusty

5013, Trusty

Height: 2″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: F1955-F1959

Mold Book Name: Trusty

Notes:

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-077 Bloodhound, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Dachsie

5011, Dachsie

Height: 1 1/16”″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: F1955-F1959

Mold Book Name: Dachsie

Notes: Dachsie was issued on a card which read Dachsie, From the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-074 Dachshund, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.

Si

5009, Si

Height: 1 ¾”″

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: F1955-F1959

Mold Book Name: Si

Notes: Si was issued on a card which read Si, From the cast of Walt Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, CA (c) Walt Disney Productions.”

This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-049 Siamese Cat, with different colors and detail. Only pieces which closely resemble the photo here are Disney issues. Miniature reissues of Disney pieces are called Non-Disneys by collectors.

Some Disney pieces have less detail than usual, especially in the eyes (so they are often called “dot-eyed versions.”) Dot-eyed Disney pieces are nevertheless easy to distinguish from regular runs because of the general style and colors used.

There are theories that dot-eyed Disneys may have been made toward the end of the run as a cost-cutting measure, or possibly released several years later than the order forms indicate. 1961 and 1965 are sometimes put forward as possible release dates.