Dale

5035, Dale

Height: 1 ¼”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates: S1956-F1956

Mold Book Name: Dale

Notes: This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-082, 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.

Dale was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s DALE—A feather-pated young chipmunk who stores his acorns away so well, nobody can find them, not even himself. Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Chip

5034, Chip

Height: 1 ¼”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates: S1956-F1956

Mold Book Name: Chip

Notes: This mold was later reissued as a Miniature, A-081, 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.

Chip was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s CHIP—A playful chipmunk whose sole purpose in life is to plan campaigns that “chip away” at Donald Duck’s ego, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Donald Duck

5021 Donald Duck

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956

Mold Book Name: Donald Duck one foot

Notes: Donald Duck was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s fine feathered friend—the terrible tempered Donald Duck, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Uncle Scrooge McDuck

5021, Uncle Scrooge McDuck

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Scrooge McDuck”

Mold Book Name: Uncle Scrooge

Notes: A tiny paper dollar bill was glued to the end of the wire cane. Many of these bills have been lost over time.
Uncle Scrooge was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s $crooge McDuck, Has 10 acres of money and knows the date on every dime, Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Huey

5030, Huey

Height: 1”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Huey Duck (The Pitcher)

Mold Book Name: Huey Pitcher

Notes: Huey was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s HUEY, Donald’s prankish nephew is famous for throwing ‘curves’ that land his uncle in a tantrum. Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Dewey

5032, Dewey

Height: 1”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Dewey Duck (The Catcher)”

Mold Book Name: Duey Catcher

Notes: The mold numbers of Louie (5031) and Dewey (5032) were reversed in the Mold Book.

Dewey was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s Dewey always ‘bats a thousand’ when it comes to playing tricks on his ‘Unca Donald Duck.’ Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Louie

5031, Louie

Height: 1”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Louie Duck (The Batter)”

Mold Book Name: Luey Batter

Notes: The mold numbers of Louie (5031) and Dewey (5032) were reversed in the Mold Book.

Louie was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s LOUIE will probably ‘catch it’ when Unca Donald learns his nephew ‘struck out’ at school. Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California, © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Goofy

5026, Goofy

Height: 2 ¼”

Designer: Don WInton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956

Mold Book Name: Goofy

Notes: The Mold Book has two entries labeled Goofy, 5026 and 5033. Which one was produced is not known.

Goofy was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s Goofy, happy-go-lucky inventor of worthless gadgets and bumbling pal of Mickey Mouse. Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California. © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Pluto

5019. Pluto

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Pluto Pup”

Mold Book Name: Pluto

Notes: Pluto was issued on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s Pluto, Mickey Mouse’s faithful canine companion, who believes ‘a mouse’s best friend is his dog!’” Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California. © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Mickey Mouse, Bandleader

5029, Mickey Mouse, Bandleader

Height: 1 ¾”

Designer: Don Winton

Production Dates: S1956-F1956, as “Mickey Mouse (as Band Leader)”

Mold Book Name: Mickey Mouse Bandleader

Notes: Mickey Mouse was sold on a card which read, “Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse. The world’s best loved Mouse, Grand Impresario of the Mickey Mouse Club. Reproduced by Hagen-Renaker Potteries, Monrovia, California. © Copyright—Walt Disney Productions.”

Disney pieces which were sold at Disneyland may have come on a specially designed card, and may have also been placed in a special box, both shown here.